This place came recommended to us by Valencia locals when we asked where was best to eat paella, and it didn't disappoint. The seafood paella we shared was huge, and full of fresh seafood. The staff were lovely and friendly and humoured our basic Spanish, and there were some lovely outdoor seats. I'd also highly recommend the pan con tomate to start (the best I had in Spain), and the creme Catalan for dessert. It was a little pricier than other places that we ate, but it was worth it.
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