Sirocco

Sirocco

Lomas del Marqués
  • Casual
  • Spanish

Sirocco is a paella/seafood restaurant and tapas bar that has been on the scene since the glory days of 1968 when movie stars like Lana Turner, Rock Hudson and Tyrone Power ate there. It has Spanish and Flamenco music in the lounge and a decor inspired by Gaudí. Paella fideua and mojitos (one's named after Hemingway) are the house specialties.

Sirocco, Acapulco, Mexico

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