Beautiful views of the hidden valley. We started off with some of their lovely wine we tried both the Malbec and the Pinot Noir both of which were delicious with my favourite out of the two being the Malbec. The waitress served some delicious bread.We had mussels to start which were cooked with white wine, garlic, cream, pine nuts and crispy bacon. They were lovely however didn't need the crispy bacon at all - loved the pine nuts. My partner ate the espetada which we must say was slightly disappointing in that we had expected your traditional espetada drenched in butter and garlic with bay leaf or skewered and presented on a stand with the chips underneath so that they soak up all the goodness but this was not the case. The meat however was cooked perfectly and it was skewered with peppers. I had confit duck leg which was served with broccoli, carrots, crispy potatoes and mushroom and red wine jus. The leg was wonderfully confit and cooked well. The vegetables were a great addition to the dish, potatoes however were not very crispy and the red wine and mushroom jus was more like a red wine reduction with mushrooms as another veg on the plate. For dessert we had crème brulée. Service was friendly and manager was lovely but service was a little slow at stages. Manager please check your linen as I had a beautifully folded napkin with my cutlery but on opening the napkin to put it on my lap it was filthy from the service before (and no not stains it was crusty food) so didn't make use of the napkin and could not point it out as I was being taken for lunch and did not want to embarrass my partner.
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