Was a wonderful experience to try the snails here. I never thought i will eat such a thing but was a great surprise to see that was exactly on my taste. I recommand!
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Been here years ago and now again visit was good experience with home cooked food in a nearly 60 year old restaurant The steak with pepper sauce was so tender The calamari was nice and by no means chewy at all Salmon was good Vegetables...More
Busy restaurant probably best to book. Attentive service, varied menu. Shared tapas starter which was delicious. Suckling pig was excellent, very tender and generous portion. Wouldn't recommend the lamb. Very atmospheric inside. Large faded posters of bullfights, huge wine barrels on one side.
Real spanish atmosphere, warm and friendly service, sangria and spanish cuisine, typical house of spanish art, nice music, very good wine in an spanish artisanal decoration;
It's a shame after some good reviews and an interesting venue but sadly our experience was poor. The bread was white and stale, however other tables seemed to get different nicer looking bread. My liver starter was ok but my partners creamy tomato soup was...More
This place reminds me of the Hofbräuhaus in München. Huge place that hasn't been refurbished or dusted for thirty years. It features faded bull fight posters and a stuffed bull's head and waiters who appear to have worked at the cellar for thirty years too....More
The food is great. Me and my partner has 3 course meal each. Snail and Spanish Omelette for starter, grilled lamb and suckling lamb fried with garlic for main. Then we had local Mallorca cake for dessert. It was great. So great. The service was...More