Found on the old road out of Durcal, heading towards Granada, this really does produce some excellent food.
We booked for Sunday lunch, just as well as all the outside tables were full, and continued to be so throughout the afternoon.
We tried the tempura langoustine with tempura vegetables, perfect batter, this is a chef who knows what he is doing! Also the grilled monk fish on skewers came with a silky garlic butter sauce, and a Moroccan influenced salad - all great, and generous portions, as was the tapas we had with our stater drinks.
Try the baked cheese cake, to die for!
And if you are on a budget, or very hungry, go for one of their burgers, it would easily feed a family.
If you are in the area, go - bare in mind that it is closed Monday and Tuesday.
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