The waiter at Francisco I was pleasant and helpful (my husband has food allergies and, despite our iffy Spanish and the waiter's iffy English, the food was carefully made so that it did not make my husband sick). The free tapas (though no one thought to make them, as opposed to the entree, safe for my husband to eat) were generous, too. Moreover, the prices were quite reasonable. Unfortunately the food was only so-so (the swordfish in particular a bit overcooked not filleted as advertised). And while the place is attractive in an old-fashioned way, we were two of only four people eating (though it was the usual time for the larger mid-day meal) making it seem less interesting than other places we went. We only gave it one try during our two week visit, so perhaps other days, other hours, or other choices from the menu might have changed our reaction.
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