This restaurant was amenable, but served food in its own terms. I ordered confit of cod, but it was so rare I couldn't eat it. My husband ate beef cheeks which he thought were excellent, but there was only sauce, no vegetables. I personally thought that odd. It was a quiet Sunday lunchtime, only two other tables were used during our visit. We ordered patatas fritas with my fish and they came as home made crisps, which was a novelty, but dry and not exactly what went naturally with a confit of fish. Perhaps here was a misunderstanding. This explains my 3/5 and my opening sentence. A good restaurant will tell you that that's just how their dish is - an excellent restaurant will try to make everyone something they can eat, even if they don't understand their customer really well. Maybe everyone else will have better experiences, as I have histamine intolerance and there are some things I don't know if I can eat until I try them because it depends on the method and herbs, etc the individual chef chooses, and there are lots I can't, so the cod was my 'out' and I was unlucky. No chicken dishes at all. The clam starter my husband had looked great, but I can't eat shellfish either. I think it's just one of this places that does great signature dishes, but not great for food intolerances.