- It's expensive, but what you're paying for are top-quality fresh ingredients and a hushed, respectful atmosphere similar to a gentleman's club. The kitchen specialises in shellfish, paellas, fresh fish and delicious potato salad. The wine list features mostly reds from Rioja. You're surrounded by a traditional decor of lithographs showing landscapes and animals hanging on wood-panelled walls under a wood-panelled ceiling along with red and green velvet drapes. Unsurprisingly, it's popular with middle-aged businessmen.
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