We went to casa Alvaro on our last night in Soller, wanting paella. The restaurant has a great atmosphere- cool artwork, rustic feel and a good vibe. The chef not only spoke to us, but accommodated my need for vegetarian paella and my husbands desire for traditional paella. He recommended wine for both and spoke to us for a while about his background, living in other parts of Spain. The food was delicious! We sat outside in a charming little area- the restaurant is set back from the street, in an alley, but charming with traditional street lighting. It was a great setting. The experience felt more authentic and less touristy than other spots in Soller. Enjoy!
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