The restaurant highlighted its paella (Spanish fried rice). Personally I don't like paella much, or I can say I don't like fried rice much, because I prefer the original rice flavour - steamed rice. What's more, some unnecessary bits like clam's shell can be easily left in the rice that it can get you some oral wound. Cooking seafood for such a long time also spoils the original sweetness of seafood. Back to the paella of this restaurant, it's a bit salty to me though it's still pretty good as compared to the others I have tried. Anyway, this restaurant is pretty nice, especially their tomato bread (photo 3). Toasted bread with tomato puree and paste. Very fresh and sweet tomatoes in Spain! The salad (photo 4) and the pan seared tuna (photo 6) are quite nice but just a bit too much of olive oil.