Went there one evening - we didn't bother with starters, but went stright into the main courses. My wife chose artichike ravioli - she said they (all FOUR of them !!!!) were very tasty. A friend took saltimbocca which he also thought good. I took calves' liver veneziana.
Now anyone visiting Spain should know that there are basically 3 menu items that are cheap to buy for restaurants/consumers. These are calves' livers, pork and chicken. My liver dish was delicious, but at a guess, there was about 100gm of meat, and that simply ISN'T good enough.
Long and the short of it - if you order food here (and it'll probably be very good), try telling them you're hungry and you want 50% (?) more than the normal portion.
Service was okay - nothing to rave about (maybe they were frightened/surprised when I pointed out the paucity of food on my plate !-) )
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