The restaurant itself - building, tables, cutlery, is not of the highest quality, but then this is the offshoot of a Barceloneta chiringuita, and you do not eat here because of the table linen!
On the other hand, this restuarant serveswhat is probably the best paella between Barcelona and Sitges -either the mixta (meat and fish) or the marinera (fish and seafood). In season, you should also ask for the artichokes in batter (alcachofas rebozadas) -absolutely delicious. The house wine is nothing to write home about, but goes down well with the paella.
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