A small, but very popular place serving fresh and well-prepared seafood. This is a rustic, old-fashioned fish-on-a-plate tavern, so don’t expect anything too fancy.
I had the tomato salad, albondigas of monkfish and grilled langostinos. The langostinos were tasty, but the albondigas were bland (yes, even the sauce was a bit boring). The tomato salad was nothing special, and I don’t understand why it’s a recommendation in the menu. The bread was excellent.
The prices for the seafood are ok, but overall I paid more for this rather average meal than what I’ve done on some of the finer, high-rated restaurants in Santander.
The atmosphere is great with an informal vibe and smiling staff.
And despite my personal experience, if you want to eat fresh fish and seafood served in a simple and straight-forward way among the locals, there is a very good chance you’ll love this place.
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