The last restaurant on the 'mule' - the old harbour wall - it's position is stunning. Sit outside, look back along the promenade and town beach and see the lights reflected in the sea. People-watch as they pass to and fro and you stop worrying about speed of service - which isn't that bad anyway. Like most restaurants, there's a 'barker' to get trade in but he is jolly and entertaining. The food from two visits was glorious - a vegetable paella made to order and not some cooked veg mixed in with cooked rice, and a pasta made to my order - asparagus, courgette, chilli, garlic and olive oil. The house wine I had was very drinkable plus a good choice of half-bottles of well-know varieties. The people eating fish around me were constantly passing tasters to one another - a very good sign. My friend had bacalao (cod) cooked with onions and went delirious. Even if the food was only mediocre I would still eat here for its position. By the time I've drunk a beautifully served gin and tonic and ordered, I'm at peace with the world.
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