This family run restaurant was recommended by someone who had been there a few times and it certainly didn't disappoint. The staff were friendly and attentive and the atmosphere built as the evening wore on. The menu is entirely seafood and the four of us all had different starters and main courses. The turbot was the star of the show, followed closely by the bream encased in salt. The fish were beautifully cooked and really needed very little veg to accompany them.
There was a good range of wines and we stayed with the locally produced house wine, which was perfect.
A very enjoyable Spanish evening.
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