Ok, so honestly it's a 2.5 rounded up. The paella and the ocean views are very good. The restaurant has a decent atmosphere even though I think it hasn't changed for decades. That's fine I guess and who can argue with sitting on the water with vistas of the beautiful Mediterranean. So why not score it higher you might ask. Let's start with their Tapas - seafood meatballs that tasted like rejected ground down fish waste. Tuna, fresh yes, unfortunately cooked well done on the griddle and served with fresh lemon and what appeared to be homemade french fries. Props for the fries even though they were a bit under cooked. I think if you order the tuna medium rare it might impress a few purists but for myself I would like to see it grilled with some more interesting sides. The baby squid had their ink sacks attached when cooked. Maybe that's a traditional Spanish technique but what it does is give them an extra strong fishy taste that becomes almost unbearable by the time I had my second bite. This seemed to be the theme throughout, seafood seared a la plancha and served with fries and lemon, which is fine I guess but it feels a bit out dated and a little lazy. Service was a bit disorganized but ok. Prices were quite steep for the quality of the food. Dear owner if you read this (I highly doubt) please stop relying on your excellent location and inject some passion in the food and service. It will reward you more than all the money you are making from your already very busy restaurant. I'm sorry but I think if you were located across the street with the current standards you would be out of business a long time ago. Don't change the paella however, it was very nice. Over and out.