We came here for dinner. The wait was not too long. At first glance, the place looked very nice, and all the waiters had fancy outfits. When we sat down, we saw that the waiters outfits were old and stained, much like the rest of the place. Still, it had some charm. I can say one thing for the restaurant - they don't skimp. The portions are big, and more importantly, the sangria is not watered down, and if you get paella, there is more seafood than rice. We had the seafood paella and a plate of mussels. Both were huge, and the waiters served both onto our plates. The sangria was fairly tasty. The food, however, was not. Even though every spoonful was brimming with seafood, it had no taste whatsoever. Perhaps this place is a victim of its own authenticity because it reminded us of restaurants in Spain, which had incomparably better seafood. In any case, we are not sorry we came, but we won't come back.
Pros: Big portions
Cons: Tasteless food