We requested for our waiter to make suggestions as to local dish specialties. We started our meal with the Ensalada de Codorniz (salad served with the most succulent quail). What a start! From the beginning, we were hooked. Followed by four main entrees: Caldereta de Bogavante (lobster stew that has us licking our fingers, and if we could, the bowl) and two fish dishes Lubina con Ajitos and Supremas de Merluza (both white local fish prepared to perfection; served with Nuevo array of vegetable and rice) and finally the Arroz con Sepia y Berberechos (paella in which we unanimously agreed could have been better). We could not leave without dessert, therefore we split two: crème brulee and apple strudel that even had the frequent German visitors asking themselves, “why didn’t we come up with that?”
The clear blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea, great wine, seafood, olives, warm, balmy weather, and spending time with amazing friends could not have ended on a sweeter note!