We ate at this restaurant 3 times in the 2 days we stayed in this town. We find some of the other negative reviews a mystery. Perhaps it is the times we went or the owner(s) have taken heed of all the negative reviews? The restaurant was busy at all times whilst the other restaurants were often empty and we loved the classical music in the background. A lot of the other restaurants we ate at, including Gran Dugue, we found to be poor and just not worthy of returning to. This restaurant was well patronised by locals, French, English and other nationalities. We shared some of the daily menu plates which they were fine with. The seafood paella was very tasty and the duck nice. I also had some baby squid which was very nice and the wine was so so but no different to the other restaurants in this town. In fact, unlike Galicia or Asturias, if you want decent wine, then you have to order a bottle.
Overall, a lovely setting and a good experience in a town where the restaurants, we found, were in general just not up to standard.
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