We had a very pleasant evening in the courtyard restaurant (bookings required in summer season though it did not look entirely full to us (there is also an interior restaurant little patronized in the evenings in summer and a smallish cafeteria/bar which seemed noisy) starting our dinner in daylight and finishing in the dark with lighting exploiting the potential of the location.
My wife had pulpe a la parilla (octopus to me, not a fan as it happens) which she pronounced exceptionally good and I had suckling pig (cochinillo confitada y Asado) which was beautifully cooked, very tender and with crackling which melted in the mouth. Our starters were good, but unmemorable (except that one was served with something which was indicated as trumble on the menu and had consistency like crumble, in this case with some finely chopped chorizo mixed in). The wine list was adequate and we had one of the less expensive (Senoro de Morate) which was however a good choice at 23E
Staff were polite and efficient rather than friendly or helpful, but we put that down to shyness as their English seemed to be only slightly better than our Spanish. Overall a very pleasant evening and we would happily return. Total cost without the wine 85E for two - not cheap, but we felt it good value for money.
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