You would think that a restaurant where clients and hosts are divided by a language is a recipe for disaster. But definitely not in this case. We have been going to El Carril for 5 years on and off and each time we are welcomed as if we go every week (or at least I think that's what they are saying).
There is no menu. When we first went we looked to see what looked good coming out of the kitchen and pointed. We have got a little more expert now. The speciality is fish but there is plenty of choice if your tastes are otherwise. You can order wine by the glass but you get a bottle anyway. You only get charged for what you drink. Beer seems to be served like bottomless soda in other restaurants.
The restaurant is like a village square with people coming and going, some having a quick drink, some tapas from the bar and some with girlfriends or whole families. The television on the wall is not intrusive but part of the atmosphere especially when Barca are playing.
The restaurant is very good value but worth a visit purely to watch the locals go about their business. Great entertainment.
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