My wife and I went to La Canada to celebrate 30 years of marriage. We had not eaten here before despite visiting the island for the last 20 years. We couldn't have chosen better. We started with mussels in a white wine sauce (excellent), we then had halibut from the specials board a 4 tapas dishes (wonderful), I then finished off with a typically spanish type creme brulee (mmmmm). The cost was a little more than you would pay in most restaurants in PDC but it was worth evey euro. We shall be going again when we return in September. I highly recommend giving this restaurant a try.
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