Complementary potato bravado and small toast with dips unexpected and very tasty. First course seafood platter, followed by a Paella, and a dessert/coffee, that's if you have room.
Bonus that it was one of the view that offered the menu in English. Couple next door had tapas, which also looked very good.
Close call to it being a 5
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