I would have been tempted to award this restaurant 5 stars, but as I believe the 5 stars should not be inflation but reserved for truly exceptional occasions I will stay with 4, but perhaps 4 and a half would be fairer. The service was very good and very pleasant, little to remark there. The food was very good, and it could have gotten 5 stars were it not for the dessert that was not as good as the rest. The octopus I had as a starter was very good, and so was the tunafish belly I had as a main course – they would have deserved 5 stars. The dessert however fell a bit short of it. There was nothing wrong with it, but there was nothing remarkable either. All in all a very good dining experience, with a menu that married Spanish gastronomical tradition with a touch of innovation. Innovation gentle enough not to hurt the tradition but sufficient to offer you an interesting culinary tour. The location is rather non-descript, but the decoration of the interior is rather pleasant.