Food and drink
The food is simple and the menu consists of dishes that every Spaniard in the south has grown up with: cod pil pil (chilli and garlic marinade), marinated chicken wings, beef fillets, prawns in herbed butter, to name a few. You must leave room for the sweet crepes at the end - a house speciality.
The tables are quite close together in this subtly-lit restaurant so you’ll quite often be chatting and comparing notes with the people sitting nearby.
They pamper you, but for me it’s a bit stifling.
It's on the main promenade of [node:174346].
Main courses cost 22 euros on average.