We especially went there for the Paella because there was an extensive article in Le Monde about the chef Alberto Herraiz who was supposed to have re-invented the Paella. We had reserved on the internet as this restaurant seems to be very "à la mode" these days, and the staff made sure that we really would come by sending an email, sms and calling the same day! However, we were a bit disappointed: The Paella was good but by far not as good as the ones we had in Andaluzia during Christmas holidays: too much rice, not enough seafood although we paid 9€ extra for the langustines. Also the tapas need some refinement to live up to the expectations. The wine list is rather pricy. All in all: not bad but nothing extraordinary for the money you pay.
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