Hi we tried to find this place but it's now called something else. The guy in the record shop next door said it had closed down a while back, and the new place isn't vegetarian.
In El Huerto the customers were mostly locals, and several people ate alone, but seemed to know many others: it is just the kind of restaurant where one feels at ease even when dining alone. The four course lunch menu costs less than €9,00 and each course was really good. We had a fresh salad with fresh passion fruit dressing... More
This is a family-run restaurant, and the two chefs (brothers) gained experience working in Michelin-starred restaurants, which shows in the presentation and innovation of the dishes. Prices are quite cheap, and the restaurant is quite informal, both in contrast to the exquisite creations they serve. They have featured in Gourmet Vogue and speak English, Spanish and French. Lunch Mon-Sat 1:30-3:30.... More
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