Second time at the restaurant and it just simply gets better. Their new location is a mix of tradition, modernity and the sea and that's what you also get served. I love Angel Leon's creations and even though our previous visit wasn't apart, I got some flavours from back then and discovered new ones. We had our "planktom shot", "chocos" fried roll (bocadillo cremoso de calamares), the sardines that make you feel like you're in heaven but I was a bit disappointed with the lovely "sopa yódica de berberechos", which is one of my favorites, was served on a dish resembling a rock filled with pores that soaked part of my soup. Thank God the waiters brought us some delicious bread, and even though, it's not good mannered, we used it to get the delicious liquid out of the tiny holes. Among our new discoveries was the "gazpacho de tomates verdes" wich was sublime, very fresh and tasty. I can't wait to come back again. It's a pity they won't be open for my birthday, but they'll have the new "tasca".
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