Sometimes I think TripAdvisor is just plain wrong and this is one of those occasions. Seeing skewers of fresh sardines being barbecued along with fat brochettes of meat, and a large pan of paella on the side, it was easy to decide on the menu del dia. At €10.50 for two courses we really couldn't go wrong (so I'm bemused about poor value). Our paella starter was large enough to be a main course and overloaded with shellfish compared with our rather ordinary lunch at Ayo's two days ago. I counted 4 prawns, 3 fat mussels, 7 clams, a good few pieces of squid and chicken breast in my ample plate. A little salty and a tad too much turmeric but very good indeed (and including peas - I like peas in my paella!). The sardine skewer was equally good - cooked to perfection fish - the best I've had in two weeks. My daughter's chicken skewer was loaded with well cooked (and marinaded judging by the taste) chicken breast along with onions and peppers and accompanied by rice and jacket potato. The salad served with the sardines was not so good - sweet corn and dull carrot strips included. A fresh tomato, lettuce and olive salad would have been better. The service was fine though - efficient and as friendly as any we've experienced here. I'm frankly surprised by the low TA rating - very much undeserved I think.
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