We opted for the tasting menu of 7 courses and it was almost too much food. They also do a four course menu which may be a better option for those with smaller appetite. Free aperitif drinks were offered which were a range of sherries. To start they brought an amuse bouche which was a leek soup with ravioli. The hi-lights of the 7 courses were a scallop with a shellfish ravioli in a cava sauce, sea bass with vegetables and a calamari tagliatelle , suckling pig and a cheesecake with chocolate. Even the other courses which were not our favourites were beautifully cooked and presented. In addition they brought some delicious home made breads with a selection of olive oils and home made petit fours and truffles even though we did not have coffee. The drinks were reasonably priced we had bottle of Argentine Malbec for about 26 Euros. They also have an extensive mineral water menu but a bottle of Solares didn’t break the bank at less than 4 Euros. Overall a brilliant experience with attentive service (not overbearing) and excellent value for money, sadly the restaurant was quiet despite it being a Saturday night so it was lacking in atmosphere.