Attentive, well mannered staff who speak English. Good 'on the corner' atmosphere with great views to the sea. Informal setting for traditional tapas and very much more extensive menu. Went to a night of flamenco. Gritty, passionate, colourful, noisy and accompanied by an excellent four course menu. Food well prepared, tasty and portions just the right size. Wine came free but could have been much better. Eat inside or out but be aware outside can be draughty from September onwards. Favoured by locals and certainly well worth a visit.
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