Paella is not something I eat very often but I have eaten enough to know this one was one of the best by comparison. It was delicious. Nice and moist and a good balance of sweet, sour, spice and salty. We had the mixed Paella for 4, which is the cheapest option on the menu. Good mix of chicken, calamari, clams, mussels and prawns. Bottle of house red was perfect with it. Friendly service and good value for money for what we had. It was a very enjoyable meal.
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