We went for a meal for two in this typical Spanish restaurant. The welcome was good and tables/settings/menu/service all typical Spanish.
Basic salad - very fresh, tasty - excellent!
Fried sardines / pescaditos - tasty, not too fatty either - well done
'Arroz a banda' (rice dish, like a basic paella because here they had included sepia/octopus) - very tasty too.
Sweets - flan / chocolate mousse etc. - standard, reasonable for price
We were attended by two waiters - and they were very much in contrast. One waiter was heavier set with a black t-shirt and seemed to be running the bar that afternoon (Easter Sunday). After the warm welcome, he deliberately blanked one of us (the non-native) on a number of occasions and spoke only to the native Spanish speaker - this was very obvious, quite unfounded and at antisocial - at worst bordering on xenophobia! It was difficult to budge him this rudeness even by insistence.
Fortunately (for our enjoyment of the meal) the other waiter (slimmer and with a blue t-shirt) was much more personable, friendly and gave much better service - even asking if we wanted the 'arroz a banda' (rice dish) served with the pan on the table and one extra plate or two. More courteous - very good service (four circles below), so thank you. The other chap we'd award only two circles on the scoring for service - so have averaged this overall to three circles.
€27 for two which was the €12 menu plus two coffees.
This restaurant seemed quite popular with the locals, which of course is always a good sign. If you don't mind glasses banged down on your tables (as is quite typical in 'obrero' bars/cafeterias) and rather blunt version of "customer service", this simple, conventional and quite functional restaurant isn't bad for a quick meal with good food.