Visited over Easter taking the fantastic Cartama Churros route.
Arrived at 2pm and was fortunate to get a terrace table overlooking the lake.
I have been here several times before and staff do not appear to have changed.
Menu is interesting with a good selection of traditional fare.
Wine and beer prices are good value especially for an inland haven like this.
The wafting breeze from the lake and an awning ensure that dining is an enjoyable experience and from how busy it was, word is certainly out that this is a worthwhile stop in a tour of the area.
Our party of 3 was not rushed with the only minor issue being that I had to park some 100 metres from the restaurant.
Facilities are acceptable with staff earning a tip for attentive service.
Some tables are at the roadside but traffic is not overly busy.
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