I orderd a plate of Jamon Iberico that turned out to be the worst I ever had. The structure of the meat was coarse and cut uneven with many way to thick slices. The taste was not good and there was a lot of fat.
Cutting Jamon is an art - it has to be even, very thin slices. If cut this way and if the quality is good, then it doesn't matter if there is some fat - it will just be melting on your tongue. The same way you expect thin slices of truffles - not half a truffle!
I had a satisfactory glass of Oloroso Jerez and then a disappointing glass of Amontillado Jerez.
The bill ended at 16,90 €. Although this was recommended to me by the receptionist I can only say: If You intend to have Jamon Iberico then go somewhere else. I have no idea about their general quality, but the alarm bells should ring when a restaurant can´t serve a plate of meat that only needs to be cut from the leg...
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