Philippine customer invited dinner at the Spanish restaurant. He ordered a Spanish roast suckling pig. When the waiter brought the suckling pig, he picked up a plate, with a plate two or three times cut the suckling pig! The Spanish roasted daisy is crispy, but I prefer our Chinese roasted daisy, which tastes much better than this Spanish roasted daisy. The customer also ordered Paella, a fried daisy hand and several dishes. The hospitable Philippine boss ordered too much food, and in the end ordered the waiter to pack up and let me take it home to the children.
Lovely deco but noisy waitress who loudly ordered her counterpart around. We, family of 4, ordered a suckling pig platter and Paella Valenciana for 2. The sausages were juicy and paella was fine. The sauerkraut was served with cumin seeds, a refreshing change from the other but the suckling pig was a disappointment. They claimed that the suckling pig was slow roasted for 6 hours. I love suckling pig and had tried quite a few but this to me, tasted more 'deep fried' than slow roasted. At the end, my poor husband had to finish the 1/4 suckling pig all by himself. Maybe the Spanish way is different from other cuisines.
Very poor experience all round not helped by by the music emanating from an iPhone. Food was poorly prepared, under cooked and swimming in (presumably) olive oil. Indifferent service.
The restaurant is stylish and clean in detail, and even I can relax and stay with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Paella is very appetizing, shrimp rice is soft. Roast milk pig with ingredients to keep the lips and teeth spicy, the dishes can be both eye-stretching and mouth-stretching.
We were on the 5th floor and saw this beautiful little restaurant with a great atmosphere. The environment here is very good. We ordered Patatas Bravas, garlic shrimp, paella and oxtail oysters. The food was delicious. Especially garlic shrimp, paella and oxtail oysters. Paella was delicious with shrimp, mussels and salmon. Will be back.