We ate here towards the end of a long walk through the Poquiera valley and were very hungry when we arrived. The restaurant was the first one we found as we came into the village at the bottom, rather than via the road where it seems most restaurants are. A local man directed us to Estación 4 as the nearest place to eat. It is very small but there was room for us. we were served substantial tapas with our drinks which helped keep us going until our mains were ready. The food was excellent, I had mediterreanean style chicken with couscous which was full of flavour. Friendly service too. We didn't eat anywhere else in Bubion so can't comment on how this compares, but I would definitely go again.
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