Though this restaurant is called La Palma there are strong influences not just from Spain but from all over the Mediterranean and from the rest of the world. The setting is wonderful, with ample space around each table, high ceilings (which reduces noise) and a very homely feel to the place. The service was attentive, not intrusive and the waiting staff served our party, of twelve, very quickly and expertly. The dishes lived up to their billing on the menu plus they were well cooked and superbly presented. The wine menu has a good range of wines and the cheaper ones are still very tasty. A great night was had by all in very comfortable surroundings and- always good- they provide a ramp, if needed, for the disabled at their entrance and their toilets are accessible for those in a wheelchair also. Worth going out of the way to visit.
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