Atmosphere at lunchtime is a bit busy, given that the restaurant is located very close to the city centre in the busy area of the old fish market. We came across this place whilst walking around the area and it definitely looked more upmarket than some of its neighbours and it didn't disappoint. We had gazpacho to start, very good, generous quantity, traditional, and then for main I went for hake in a lobster sauce which came beautifully presented with a crayfish on top, and a few carrots on the side. My wife had grilled monkfish. We didn't order any potato (or other veg), given that we had big rolls on the table. Have to say the hake was outstanding, beautifully cooked, a generous portion and the sauce was great. My wife enjoyed the monkfish too. Sweets on offer fairly ordinary, but OK . I thought prices very reasonable for this quality, staff helpful, if a little rushed at times
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