A restaurant which we regard as our "local" when we're in Spain...it's a hundred metres from our front door at most.
Taking over a tired German-style grill bar the new proprietors take Andalusian cuisine and a touch of real class with top quality ingredients and attentive service.
When it first opened last May they had an evening dedicated to the tuna fish (something borrowed from the Costa de la Luz as I understand it), a sushi master came equipped with some fabulous knives and butchered a large red tuna with great expertise.
As he cut the kitchen prepared...sushi, ceviche, and sashimi as well a full on roasted meat were all on offer and were delicious- especially the ceviche.
Having made their mark on the locals they have settled down to producing consistently good food.
The menu is not long, but it is varied, with the solomillo de atun, secreto Iberico and Farmhouse chicken among the favourites. The chicken smells amazing, as yet I've not had it though. The salted turbot too looked amazing.
Good varied wine list, occasional live music and a lively local crowd make it a good choice. It still looks a bit low key as they took on a rather neglected venue, but they are slowly but surely sprucing things up and earning a well-deserved following.
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