Restaurante Pinares 14 en Pinedo
  

Restaurante Pinares 14

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Datos de Pinares 14
Precio Medio:
24 €
Valoración Media:
2.7 10
Servicio del vino:
3.0 10
Comida:
1.0 10
Entorno:
4.5 10
Calidad-precio:
1.0 10
Fotos:
 
País:
España

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Vino por copas: Añadir vino por copa
Precio desde 22,00 € (precio más bajo introducido por un usuario)

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2 Opiniones de Pinares 14

Two days in El Saler, with beautiful beaches and situated amongst the rice fields that grow the famous Valencian 'Bomba' rice, my partner and I reserved the last night to enjoy a traditional Valencian Paella - I have to say Pinares14 is NOT the place to go. 

We ordered the Valencian Paella, two croquets (€2.30 each!!!) and two beers. 
Whilst we ate the croquets, the waitress came and told us that the only paella left was one portion of the traditional Valencian (€12.50) and one of Fideua, a pasta paella (€15!!). The latter, not what we wanted but we agreed. 
The large Paella Pan (which you'd expect), never arrived but two, average to small plates came. The Chef/owner came to the edge of the terrace and stood over the diners with his hands on his hips. Obviously not prepared to cook a paella for us as we had ordered.
The Fideua was basically a plate of short pasta pieces with two mussels and one prawn. The Valencian just had a few small snails, no prawns or other seafood and a little chicken. Both dishes were lukewarm.
My partner complained to the waitress that the dishes were not hot. She gave some excuse that we didn't understand. The Fideua was totally inedible. Dry, fishy-tasting cold pasta. The other dish, edible (just) but boring. No seafood that you'd expect or what was described in the menu. Not a Valencian Paella that we've had many times before.
My partner left at least 3 quarters of his food. We asked for the bill. It came and my partner decided as the food was so bad (especially the Fideua), he asked for a reduction. He went inside to discuss the bill. He told the waitress that it was not what we ordered, not what we wanted, cold and basically inedible. After a discussion, the price of the Fideua was reluctantly taken off the bill. 

We left hungry and as it was our last night, left El Saler without sampling a 'proper', local Paella.

The food was not only over-priced, but very poor quality. As a Paella chef myself, we would've been better off taking a trip to Lidl and cooking a frozen bag of Paella on our camping stove! 

On this occasion (at least), they didn't deliver.

Dados los comentarios anteriores (por ellos reservamos allí) y las fotos publicadas, no se si estamos hablando del mismo restaurante, o es que escogimos un mal día, aunque algo nos preocupó, cuando vimos los adyacentes llenos y este prácticamente vacío.
Comimos en la terraza. Pedimos de entrada una ensalada, hecha con tomates, cebolla, etc., de supermercado (yo tengo huerto y sé de lo que hablo), o sea, insulsa. Un "allipebre", consistente en unos trozos de anguila nadando en una salsa de pimentón insípida. Después llegó la paella, quemada por abajo, no hablo del "socarrat", que es lo que más me gusta, hablo de 1-2 mm de carbonilla, sabor del arroz a quemado; en fin, un desastre. De vino, sólo tenían medias botellas de un peleón de Requena, que costó 10 €.
Lo único aceptable fue el pan tostado con aceite, y tomate y allioli para untar, que por 3 €, ya podía estar bueno.
El servicio, ni fu ni fa, bastante abúlico.
Como decía, y para tener claro si estamos hablando del mismo, adjunto foto de la factura, en la que al pie indica la web de este restaurante.

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