My wife and I both enjoyed our dinners. She had the sand dabs, caught by the chef that morning, in a light wine and lemon sauce. I had the paella which had an outstanding amount of seafood - not a fork full that did not contained seafood or fish! Different presentation as the base for the paella was tomato sauce based but still enjoyed it. Also the dinner portion salad was large enough for two to share. Service was excellent with both the waitress and busboy inquiring about our food. And to top it off, the chef came out to say thank you for the compliments. May the dinner! It is worth the walk up the hill.
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