Good meal but relatively expensive, we ate from the a la carte menu as we found the choice on the fixed menu limited.
Dinner is served in a traditional dining room with high vaulted ceiling. Our party particularly enjoyed the starter of Cantabrian anchovies with boquerones (served on small bread rolls, sandwich style), a truly excellent pate and scrambled eggs with salt cod. Of the mains the star was undoubtedly the confit sucking pig, the best we have eaten in Spain except in a Michelin starred restaurant. The starter portion sizes were huge so it was a relief that the mains were more "normal" sized.
The dessert buffet was good and extensive. The wine list was also fairly comprehensive with mainly Spanish wines featured.
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