Outside tables were nearly all full when we stopped initially for drinks only. We were greeted well and having ordered 2 cokes were were given a sharing plate of pretty good fish paella. Diners were a mixture of tourists and Spanish. Service was always good and having watched and whiled away an hour we plumped for the 10 Euro Menu del Dia. After a pleasant sharing salad we had house revelto and ham & peas starters. For main course we both had chicken a la plancha. These were large fully boned fillets beautifully cooked & served with a few potato slices and vegetables. Desserts were the typical Spanish tartas, in our case whiskey, and apple. A drink was included. This was an unexpectedly good lunch and very good value. A few extra glasses of very good (and cheap) house wine helped us on our way. We also noted that the internal dining room of the restaurant was very well set out and decorated in you prefer to eat inside. We would be happy to eat here again.
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