Genuine Spanish restaurant in every way. Run by Spanish/Canarian couple who were attentive and helpful. The mixed paella we shared was authentic, fresh and tasty. House red wine was a Rioja nd was as good as any we tried for under £20 a bottle on our trip.
We asked for an alternative red wine recommendation and got another tempranillo grape based wine which was delicious, but different again. They did the traditional Spanish restaurant service, with a free plate of cream cheese and tomato on cracker tapas, and a free liqueur each at the end. We also got free dark chocolate coated peanuts with our espressos to finish the meal.
If you want real Spanish try this or Meson el Porton or La Bonita in Cosat Teguise. Remember, take your time, don't rush it and be guided by the staff suggestions and you will enjoy a memorable meal.
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