It was certainly one of the gastronomic highlights of my visit to Fuerteventura. The restaurant is fairly small, so you get a lot of personal attention from one of the owners, Birgit, who is really good at 'selling' you the restaurant specials. I went there for dinner and it was all very nice. The shrimp cocktail was excellent, and everything seemed real fresh. The grilled 'Corvina' was spectacular, and the red RIoja was adequately priced. The Catalonian Cream was decadent, and I ran out of room for anything else. Located away from all the cheap touristy restaurants on the main strip, but worth the extra walk. Perfectly bilingual, and light years from the rest.
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