Hunted it out after Rick featured it on his Spanish food programme. Only has room for 16 formal diners. all the food is local mostly fish you eat what they have. the wine and brandy were very good. The brothers who run it were great at trying to explain what we were eating. The goose barnacles are a true local delicacy, the baby squid cooked in its own ink and the other five dishes, including razor clams "which I'm not sure about" finishing with a fillet of veal stake all for £20 each fantastic
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