Aceituna, the first “authentic” Spanish restaurant in Baltimore, has arrived in our city with the goal of disappointing us all. Spain, a European country, has a population of forty-six million. Recently inaugurated, Aceituna focuses on traditional Spanish cuisine and flavors. Or, rather, this is what they advertise, since the only authentic Spanish thing they have is the incredibly loud flamenco that keeps playing while you try to eat. I say try to eat because most of what they serve is completely inedible: from their amazingly dry Spanish omelet to their horrible canned-tomato gazpacho, Aceituna makes sure you feel thoroughly disappointed with your order. On a similar note, the Valencian paella was utterly delicious, as well as cooked to perfection. If you’re looking for real Spanish food, Aceituna is the place where not to go.
Which of the following sentences does not belong in a well-organized paragraph?
A well-organized paragraph must revolve around a single topic. In this passage, the topic is the criticism of Aceituna, a restaurant, so a sentence about how many people live in Spain does not fit here.