This family run business faces out over the wide bay on the Altea front. Popular with Spanish tourists as much as the Brits, Dutch French and Germans, and frequently full when all around are empty
Speciality are big wooden boards, featuring various selections of meats and cheese, both hot and cold options - ample for anyone
The Crunchy chicken salad is great, drizzled with concentrated balsamic vinegar. The tapas dishes are good quality and vary throughout the year, with a few seasonal specials...the paella (for two) is super,and worth the wait, with the cooked rice absorbing the moisture just to the right level, hard to finish one though. End with the Queso frito, young goat cheese curd, brilliant white, lightly rolled in flour and quickly fried, served with a minimalist jam and chocolate sauce accompaniment - its amazing.
The house rose wine at around 8 euro is worth a go, and the service is friendly and attentive...in summer only opens at lunchtime
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