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PABLADO LUV IT

El Pescador
« on: August 20, 2012 »
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  • Excellent local wines

    The best Fish soup

    Great Lamb chops

    And the advocado starter - lovely

    climba1

    Re: El Pescador
    « Reply #1 on: August 21, 2012 »
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  • Sadly tried it twice and it failed both times ,Plenty other Places Worthy of Our Custom ,

    Too Hot , So Very Cramped ,very annoying when they are moving tables all around you as you eat,due to larger parties requiring tables

    Service with a smile ...eh ! What's That ,......Think The Owner Needs A Personality Transplant ,

    Food Presentation 1 st night was okay ,but on 2 nd occasion looked like it had been flung together on a plate ....,

    please respect that this is our review and as such are entitled to make comment ,seems on this forum that certain individuals just have to make some inane commments ,which i'm sure prevents others from posting comments

    PABLADO LUV IT

    Re: El Pescador
    « Reply #2 on: August 21, 2012 »
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  • I have to say that we usually book a table around lunchtime for a 8 o clock sitting next to the window.

    I have never experienced this before and always go at least once on a visit.

    Offline losgiganteskid

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    Re: El Pescador
    « Reply #3 on: August 21, 2012 »
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  • Have to agree with Pablado on this one - i've always found the food to be very nice, well presented and lots of it - and a good price.  Agree that the restaurant is a little claustrophobic - not a lot they can do about that apart from taking out some tables but I guess if you were a restauranteur you would want to maximise your dining area.

    Had one duff main course as I can recall - fish based where the bones out performed the fish, could have been shown on the menu as "Fish bones with some added white stuff"

    Its a restaurant that I always visit and shall continue to do so - the fact it has been trading since I first started coming to LG some 30+ years ago - they must be doing something right
    I wanted to be the Cincinnati Kid - but couldn't spell it

    t l c

    Re: El Pescador
    « Reply #4 on: August 21, 2012 »
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  • It's hit & miss. In the winter months I find it a 'hit', summer months give it a 'miss'

    Offline Edward Bear

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    Re: El Pescador
    « Reply #5 on: August 22, 2012 »
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  • Popular with young families. Much better choices within a two mile radius .