This is a cozy Spanish restaurant that you must try. never been disappointed and prices are reasonable. Dont miss this little gem.
I was looking for a very good but informal place to have dinner in the Bocagrande area in Cartagena. I read the reviews and decided to go to this place. It is located in a traditional house, which gives it a special atmosphere; it's not crowded so you can have a chat with your friends and a quite dinner. I... More
Walked in here on a whim as we,like other reviewers, were looking for food near the Hilton we were staying at (which had abysmal food). Judging by the other reviews, maybe our mistake was in not ordering the paella, but who knew everything else they serve here would be so bad. Service was fine, and the garlic bread they start... More
My hotel recommended Chef Julian's, which I had seen while walking back from the bay. The dining room has cloth covered table cloths and napkins. I thought the restaurant was too formal for my relaxed presence in shorts and flip-flops. But I was welcomed and the food was delicious. I ordered Sangria, which the waiter recommended. It came to the... More
At every table I saw at least one order of paella. This is an upscale restaurant, nice for a date, very family friendly or for business. Great atmosphere. I started with the house sangria, fruity and delicious. For the main dish I ordered the arroz con mariscos which is basically a seafood paella. The waiter told me it will take... More
Very nice restaurant, great service and wonderful paella and arroz a la huertana. The service is always friendly and helpful. They cook the paella when you order it and it's more than worth the wait. The pie de coco is very good too
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