If you fancy Spanish cuisine then you won't have to go far. Decorated in the colours of the Spanish flag (red and gold), this restaurant is a perfect ... More
If you fancy Spanish cuisine then you won't have to go far. Decorated in the colours of the Spanish flag (red and gold), this restaurant is a perfect choice for food fanatics. The Spanish owner offers no less than six different types of Paella. There is also ample opportunity to try some Morue à L'aïoli Provençal (vegetables with garlic sauce) or to choose from a large range of fish and meat dishes. The set menu costs EUR11.53 at lunchtime and EUR16.61 in the evening.
Go there for the paella, it's the best you'll ever have. Sure, start with some oysters or something, but then order the paella. Ignore the absurdly pricey ones for 60 Euro or more and go for the basic seafood & chicken, then marvel at the scale of it as it's brought to your table. Instead of little chunks of chicken you get actual chicken thighs, huge prawns, scallops in their shells and chorizo with its oil lubricating everything. Eventually, though stuffed, you use mop up the oil with some bread, and think that while 24 Euro is a bit steep, it was worth it. Then you realise the paellas are intended for two people to share.
A tour party of 33 of us came for a late afternoon meal. Well, we were a nuisance. Refused to replace a fork which had fallen on the ground. Would not provide a suitable meal for someone with a food allergy, merely a shrug of the shoulders at the end of the meal.
this is a pure touristic cheating. This is overexpensive for bad quality. Service is really ok but the food is not fine at all. They practice prices as if they would be first row see view but they don't...
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