Having lunch at La Lola de las Arenas was a pleasant experience.
We had "berenjenas a la miel" as a starter (fried eggplant with balsamic vinegar and honey) and I took a lovely "paella de marisco" (seafood paella) as a main dish. The paella was nicely presented and tasted very good, although maybe it was a bit oily. Service was average, the toilets looked quite clean and the prices were reasonable (we paid around 45 euros for the starter, the paella, another course, two glasses of wine and two nice desserts). Recommended!
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