Perfect paella, good children's menu and very friendly staff. Fairly priced and some nice shady spots on the hot days.
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We had a pretty good meal here. It's not fine dining but it was tasty, well prepared, nothing to complain about. If we had been staying in the area longer we probably would have returned. Service for us was ok, though it does get busy and it's easy to see how the staff could get overstretched at times (but I tend to feel that's hardly their fault). Good family dining, expect to pay about 30e each for food and soft drinks, perhaps a few euros premium for being in a touristy hot spot.
I think the heading sums up this place. The male staff had an air of arrogance about them. We were waiting for well over 45 minutes for a pizza, during which time they avoided giving us eye contact. We ordered bread that didn't arrive until we asked again for it. It was dropped on our table as the waiter walked away.
By contrast, when it was time to pay the bill, the staff were all similes and warmth. The female staff were pleasant throughout.
Pizza and lasagna were ok.
Mixed reviews lost if cluttered glass every where
One woman work8ng so hard handing the drinks
Do expect to be left waiting by your waiter as the wonder off to other tables
Long wait for food and food not cooked properly to a good standards of pipping hot