Well, the place looks stunning. This is a well preserved old mansion with a view to die for. Regretfully, the food and service were rather abysmal. Despite just three tables being occupied, the service was painfully slow. We have started with quite good aged cheese served with bread, garlic and honey. It all went downhill from there. The salmorejo soup, usually a fragrant, thick and velvety cream of tomato, was watery and lacked any flavor. The "Pulpo", grilled bits of octopus with scalloped potato, were very greasy and once again flavorless. The "Cecina", thin slices of smoked aged veal, were stale and sligtly off; I believe they were pre-cut and kept without vacuum. The waiter has declined to accept a credit card payment "because it's so expensive for the restaurant, you know", despite a VISA logo displayed at the door.
All in all, 72 Euros and almost ninety minutes that could have been spent much, much better. I recommend to steer clear.
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