Looked pretty good from the beach; friendly staff, surprising wine. So, the food: Not so much Tapas as plates of deep fried nibbles. Not bad, and we tried pretty much all of it. Experienced diners had skipped the ‘Tapas’ and dived into the mains and salads which were a step up. Tuna steak was precisely perfectly pink with a lovely char - steak quality less great.
Fun atmosphere with great views, well served - go beyond the first page of the menu. Worth a go.
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