We sat on the terrace overlooking the park, and wanted a slow, gentle afternoon after a busy morning so came back here to have a lunch, having been here earlier in the week just for a morning coffee, and on another occasion early evening drinks watching the Opera-goers assemble in their posh frocks. The service was fine - attentive and tolerant of my pseudoSpanish ordering technique, and not rushed. It was hot, so the shaded shelter was very welcome. The food - curried mussels and fish with bean salad - was lovely, beautifully presented and cooked perfectly. We decided to come back one evening, but at 8pm found the place deserted and the staff having a break and decidedly unwelcoming. We came to the conclusion that it doesn't start serving dinner until 9pm.
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