Lovely atmosphere outside with a canopy of trees, fairy lights and water feature. I haven't put up photos of the outside as it has other diners in the background.
We took our 5 year old and there were options for children, she had fish fingers with chips. She was the only child dining, it does seem more like a romantic dinner place or for a nice celebration meal.
We had three courses and a bottle of wine and the bill was over €100 euros. I had the beer battered prawns followed by the turbot whilst my husband had the cod koftas and the blackened hake.
The prawns were beautiful and I'd certainly have that if we went again. The koftas were okay but not to my taste, personally. My husband said he liked them. My turbot was very nice, with razor clams. Very filling -though I still had room for the lovely snowball dessert! The snowball has mango sorbet inside a white chocolate ball. I've never had a snowball before, but I definitely liked this. It was indulgent and refreshing at the same time.
The reason why I can't quite give it 5 stars is the front of house and waitress were polite but neither warm nor friendly. It was nearly a forced politeness, like some of those so-called exclusive London establishments where you pay to be (politely) tolerated. But this type of approach doesn't seem appropriate for the setting. We got much better (friendlier) service at Fonda El Postillion where the food is equally good (but cheaper).
We would go back (after going back to Fonda though and only for the prawns) and hopefully the service will be warmer second time round.
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