Nuria's menu really appealed to us as there was such a wide variety of dishes available and it is a well establish restaurant (opened in 1926).
Upon arrival we were greeted by Alvaro who advised there would be a 5 minute wait to be seated. Our table wasn't properly cleaned from the last diners - they just changed the placemats but did not wipe down the table which was slightly disappointing.
Our dinner consisted of 4 tapas dishes: spicy potatoes, sauteed shrimp, potato and meat ball along with a pepperoni pizza. The food was delicious and the pizza had a lovely stonebaked crust. Following on for dessert my friend ordered the brownie and ice cream which was in his opinion "the nicest brownie he has ever had". To drink we had a beer and a soft drink. Our bill totalled €45 - overall good value for money.
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