Working in the tourism business and having ~200 meals a year in restaurants it's honestly not many times that I even remember a couple of days after a restaurant visit what meal was had. The unassuming building, an old school still owned by the village, and the very bare inside was a little bit of a surprise, normally in this region the restaurants are in several hundred year old buildings. But then from the second we met and started talking to the owner it was clear that this was going to be another type of experience. The quality of each one of the tapas we had, 8 of them in total, and the proudness of the owner of his crazy hobby of running this restaurant combined into the best meal I've had in a couple of years. With 35 tapas to choose from, all made fresh and at the same price, you will find things for everyone in your group. Don't expect a fine dining experience but expect to meet food passion as it should be. And order a gin & tonic, the owner is equally passionate about these as his food!
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