We walked up from the city to find a gluten free friendly restaurant along the beach to eat a relaxing lunch. Service was great, the location is good. Food was good, the Paella was a bit oily. The guacamole was great.
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After not visiting this restaurant in a while, I had a Sunday lunch there with my family last weekend and it is still my favorite place for a delicious green salad and a traditional Spanish rice dish. The waitress was very friendly and the food...More
Contrary to some of the other reviews, my family and I had a really good lunch here. Guess it all comes down to expectation as I do agree that the prices are certainly higher than other restaurants we have eaten at and service was a...More
We ate lunch here today and came away feeling completely robbed. My husband had an overpriced paella, which was burnt. The kids and I had burgers, which were expensive and very average (and it is only now, reading other reviews, that I can see that...More
But sadly the food cannot he complimented in the same way. Paella was dry and overlooked, my burger was not too bad but was horrendously overpriced as was pretty much most of the menu. I could hear complaints from people at tables around me so...More
We had lunch at Sal cafe on a beach day. The oriental salad and the mecican tacos were good, also the kids burger and chicken were ok. The service was a bit slow but the overall experience plus a good location on the beach makes...More
The food & drink was perfectly acceptable, the tacos were tasty but very expensive, but to be expected given the location. Our bill came to 27 euros for one tapa dish, 2 wines & 2 small beers. I remember checking the bill, but when we...More
Wonderful little spot on the beach. We had two tapas (Pan Tomate & Patatas Bravas) and a few beers. Reasonably priced considering we're tourists right on the beach. The staff were really friendly and provided english menus upon request.