The restaurant is very nice with good service, been here 3 years ago this month with 16 people and they were excellent to get us in and serve us with amazing food.
However this time, there were four of us and everything was amazing yet again, yet the main course for the 3 adults came which was chicken Paiella; it came and had tonnes of bones in the dish. This is extremely weird for us British, yet is apparently how the Spanish have it. The bones were not just big bones, they were shards and broken pieces which could potentially hurt a persons throat.
After picking away for a bit, we decided to not eat it and asked the head waiter (referred to as a boss), that we are not eating it and he happily made us a whole new Paiella with no bones and plenty of chicken. As we were partially full, we asked for it as take away and ate it once back at the villa. It was delicious as it should be and as the restaurant to our knowledge usually is.
So to conclude, the restaurant had an awesome location with a brilliant atmosphere and service, food is usually amazing too, just be cautious when ordering a chicken Paiella! Would have been a 4/5 or 5/5 if had no bones.
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