They serve glorious traditional (and so cool modern) paellas, great fish and a wide more variety of other kinds of food like salads or other sea food dishes. We had already been there before for my mummy's birthday last year, and this time we wanted to go with some close friends to enjoy a beautiful day together.
So, once we were all the friends reunited (two families we were) we asked for a table and started to wonder which of the tasty dishes we would go for.
When they brought us the first plates, we all jumped to get a slice of bread. Wow, it was so good! And then we split our lettuce, tomato, parmesan and something else salad (I think it was ham), which was also great. More dishes came along, and they were always so delicious. The mushrooms (which if you don't know, I do deeply love them very much) were true glory.
Then, paella time! Oh, greatness. Three different paellas to give a try: the traditional Ca La Nuri one, the black rice one and the rabbit one. I personally had the traditional one, because it is simply my all time favorite. Everyone agreed that theirs was perfectly cooked too.
And not to forget, the service was so nice. Polite waiters and waitresses who new when to talk and suggest (which by the way, gives great recommendations - so listen!) and when to go away, but always with a bride shiny smile in their face. Oh, don't you love polite service?
The waiter came along and enquired us which one would we like. My mouth was melting, which one would I like the most? My mum had a greek yoghurt with strawberry flavor - which she claimed it was awesomeness despite not giving me a try (mh) - and I had the Chocolate Brownie. Although it was a little too much chocolate for my taste, it still was a great lunch ending.
To conclude a wonderful afternoon (after having payed the bill, of course) we took a walk along the beachside all together, sharing some laughs. Oh, such a beautiful day.