We only stayed in El Rocio for two nights, but, on the first one, we ate here.
The best restaurant in El Rocio as far as I am aware. Slightly more expensive than we were used to, but definitely worth it. Less obviously Spanish in influence, the food is all extraordinarily well-cooked, and the service A-class.
One other thing - when eating in El Rocio - it might be worth bearing in mind that there is marshland nearby, so quite a few mosquitos come out. Nothing unbearable, but it might be worth packing one of those repellent deodorants if you have one.
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