We dined here twice (were staying in the hotel) and it was excellent. The food is rustic (so the special of braised pig cheek included the jawbone, for example) but creative (so the burger is a burger with no bun and a potato gratin). Good wine list. Thursday night is a flamenco duo and Friday is a DJ with dancing. The ex pat retiree Brits at the table next to us were having an absolute ball. Inexpensive and excellent value. Service is laid back and there's no add on or upsell, which is refreshing. A great way to spend an evening.
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