Fair prices for fish, but quite rude place. This place smells of history everywhere. I would go back.
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This is a seafood restaurant and seems to specialise in shellfish. We decided to treat ourself to the shellfish platter. It consisted of a split lobster (no claws) 2 langoustine, 3 types of prawn, 1 breaded scallop and some razor clam. The fish had been...More
Poor service (waiter suggestions over pricey and not clearly indicated on the menu) food poorly cooked by overwhelmed cooks (annoying for sea food ) pricey wine selection. Waiters will try to make you order items which are not clearly indicated on the menu, very little...More
whent here for dinner the service was efficient but not overly friendly apart from one bald waiter who was nice the older one should probably retire The food was nice had the anchovies and mussels as a starter and the grilled seabass as a main...More
Have been going here for many years. The inside is nothing special at all, it looks like a cafeteria from the 1950's or something. Then again, they are not aiming to be a swanky location, but rather a place for locals to eat great seafood....More
With tablecloths on the tables I expected better than what I got. There is no service with a smile. The main course dorada is charged by the weight, and served on a cold plate with bits of lettuce. I have had super meals in Valencia...More
I was here many (cca. 13) years ago with some colleagues and somehow I had good memories and still had the address card of the place. Now I went there as I was hoping for a nice dinner. The place was almost empty on Saturday...More