As a mother’s day treat we dined in the romantically located restaurant El Escribano which is should be noted closes during April at 8pm and we were the only diners. Venison and wild boar stews served with potatoes and veg together with the deserts were delicious .Best of all though was the charming but unobtrusive attention of the single male member of staff –was he the manager we wondered- who poured complementary glasses of wine and introduced us to the chef. Our host tried very hard with his English and was pleased that we could explain the difference between a serviette and a napkin. On paying the bill which worked out at around 40 euros we were ushered to the bar where two shots of ice cold delicious desert wine was poured it was called Competa and is produced in a small village near to Malaga called Axarquita. We will try to buy some now we are back in the UK. The mother I hasten to add enjoyed her special meal and I would recommend a visit to anyone visiting this attractive town
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