The history and meals made this restaurant one of our favorites. The bread, as usual in Spain was beyond excellent and made even better with the served oil and a bit of salt. My lobster salad was excellent as was the filet of one of my companions. It was a quiet afternoon and we ate inside. It is a bit on the expensive side, but well worth it if you like to indulge in excellent food.
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