Three families for lunch on a Saturday, and we didn't have the best experience. The service was slow, they didn't have several of the things that we ordered from the menu, especially the kinds of things that the kids like. However, the artichokes (alcachofas) were delicious as was the revuelto with setas (omelette with mushrooms). The meat was very good as well. The service was adequate, but not especially friendly. For being in a pueblo, the price was good.
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