My boyfriend and I actually got lost on the way to Pizza Hut, but I'm very glad we did!
We stumbled across this restaurant all alone on the road so you will need a designated driver or taxi number handy. It's a big car park, and boats even moor up beside the place to get takeaway.
It was very quiet for a Saturday night so I can't say there was much of an atmosphere, but the peace suited us.
The food was reasonably priced especially considering the portion sizes! We had olives and garlic bread to start, but before they arrived the waiter brought over some complimentary bread and chorizo. When the garlic bread arrived it was half a loaf of fresh bread! Very tasty though, non of that frozen pre-packed garlic bread you sometimes get. The olives were large and tasty but still had the stones in which I personally don't like.
For main, we had the Paella de Carne for two, and there was enough in the dish for four! The flavours were delicious, and there was plenty of meat which we were impressed with. The waiter was perfectly happy to let us take what we left home with us, and it's still tasty warmed up a few days later!
The service was prompt and friendly, and we were even given a small complimentary drink each after our meal.
Overall, I'm very glad we skipped the processed food of Pizza Hut that night, and would definitely visit again!
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