We read about this in Trip Advisor, it took some finding and at first we were unsure as it was not busy and did not look like a number of the more upmarket restaurants in the area. Please do not let this put you off. It was friendly, like eating in someones front room and the Paella that we had was the best that we have ever tasted, washed down by a lovely bottle of white Rioja. The place seems popular with locals and although the proprietor's english was limited, it was much better than our Spanish and he could not have made us any more welcome.
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