Family-run Casa Carmela is a seafood restaurant known for its paella, which comes to your table the traditional way; still sizzling in an enormous frying pan with a flat wooden spoon. Funnily enough, their "local" paella doesn't contain any seafood, but instead there are snails in it. Besides paella, typical seafood dishes are available, like calamari and prawns. In terms of décor, the restaurant itself is a simple seaside affair with the daily catches on ice in a display case. Popular with both tourists and locals, the seating (indoor and outdoor) can fill up fast, so book ahead if you plan to go during preferred eating hours.
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