We visited the restaurant twice and were impressed both times. Don't be put off by what it looks like from the outside - a hangar with faulty neon lights - as inside it is lovely and the service and quality of food are excellent. There is a huge variety of Spanish food, with Paella being a speciality of the restaurant, and it is not hard to see why as it is served (minimum for two) on a huge platter and is delicious. Mains can be taken as starters and with a hungry teenagers this was good and allowed us all to sample different food.
The prices represent excellent value and far better than some of the swankier looking restaurants in the area.
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