Even on a cold winter night, this was well worth the drive. Wonderful appetizers of soup, beautifully small cupped for each of us, warm olives, and a nice selection of well-presented local cheeses. The salad course was nicely prepared with fresh crisp greens. The main course of tile fish with a light sauce of basil seeds in coconut milk was gorgeously presented and delicious. The seven meat, wrapped in bacon, meatloaf was an interesting combination of flavors. The kitchen happily made a side of the vegetarian risotto dish that was again beautifully presented and delicious. The wine selection is obviously carefully chosen, priced at the low to mid-range of cost to accompany food of this quality. We had two very nice Spanish wines - a Rioja and Priorat.
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