Went for the special set menu which started off brilliantly with fresh bread, olive oil from the region and an interesting and delicious play on a basil, mozzarella and tomato salad (if not a little too sweet for my liking). This was swiftly followed by duck/apple croquetas which were lovely and a potatoes and chorizo plate. The dinner had started well, however from here on in, with expectations high the mains/deserts failed to deliver full promise. The fish combo dish was way too salty and a bit bland, the pork was nice but not a sensation & the puddings were okay. Service was friendly & it wasn't too expensive but I wouldn't return.
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