When we asked if it was kosher, management said "practically". In fact, we sat next to people splitting a pig! There were two traditional sephardic menus - one meat, one dairy. The best dish was duck confit served with roasted pears, dates, and prunes - really good. Bacaloa perfectly cooked but the quince sauce was too heavy. Lamb with honey and prunes was good but the lamb was not flavorful enough for it to be great. Dessert was good - a sponge cake with a fruit paste. Scrambled eggs with mushroom and almonds was interesting a bit bland. Toast with potato and an eggplant sauce was quite good. A great change of pace, quite good not great - but unlike any food I have had outside of Cordoba and Granada.
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