It's difficult to believe that the place got any bad reviews, but I was solo on a relaxed Friday night in March; there were only 7 tables occupied at 1030. The place is charming-farm implements adorn the walls, there's a brass fireplace, beamed ceiling, white tablecloths and hewn wooded chairs with outside tables. The service was average for Spain. It's a carnivore's type of place; there's rabbit, veal, stomach and other entrails, many types of seafood including carpaccio de bacalao (cod), and the standards. I had verduras a la plancha since I was craving veggies (9,80); 2 kinds of mushrooms, zucchini, eggplant, asparagus, potato, and artichoke were asado perfectamente. I followed with calamarcitos with garlic and parsley: 2 fresh tubes grilled with wisps of onion rings(13,00). There was a range of interesting desserts most of which were unfamiliar and unusual. I had manzana al horn, not so unusual and it was served hot-excellent. After desset, the waiter brought me a shot of xantiament-he said it was from orujo de hierbas. It was strong, slightly sweet, and tasty. My bill with 2 glasses oh house white was 43,00 E. The folks next to me had thin slices of meats and veggies that they grilled (they way overcooked it) on flat stones with sterno underneath. There was also a special spring menu (described elsewhere) for 32,00 fixe. The place was quiet, interesting, and romantic. Great rec from the AC.
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