Very nice atmosphere in a convenient location. Family run, with the owners cooking and serving. But do not let you to look down on it. It is stylish. Good quality cutlery and nice cloth. The food was excellent, strongly local (if to take into consideration the fact that about 80% of the tables were with local well to do, middle aged. Maybe a bit too much oil and too much deep fried, but this is the local cuisine. My wife had fried vegetables (they call it Tempura, but it is deep fried) and myself fried cabbage and meat rolls. This was followed by Sea Brim a la Plancha and an extraordinary Rabo de Torro (one of my favorite dishes; quite an expert on this !). Very good and exotic deserts. The wine was a good Rueda Rose.
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