Three of us had lunch here. We started with a jug of the best sangria we've had in all of Spain - full of fruit and flavour and just enough wine. We then had the organic slow cooked lamb, which as the menu read was from their friend's small farm a few km's away - it was melt in your mouth perfect with a beautiful onion sauce/gravy and potato gratin type side; the chicken in a creamy peanut/garlic/saffron sauce with rice - again, delicious and perfect balance of flavours; and the house special '12 ingredient' salad - with crumbed and fried cheese, asparagus, perfectly boiled potato, and tomato, among others - every ingredient was fresh, and together made one of the most beautiful salads I've ever eaten. We had planned to leave and get churros for dessert but after the waiter handed us the dessert menu we knew we had to try something... We finished with the Paris Brest (choix pastry filled with a hazelnut cream) - which was lovely; and the Chocolate and Biscuit Tart, which is apparently a Spanish tradition which 'all mothers make for their children' - this was amazing! Very rich, probably too so for some, but for the end of my meal it was perfect, seriously good.
The staff were lovely, and our waiter enjoyed teaching us the correct pronunciation of each dish.
The only negative of our experience was when we went to pay the bill - we had been charged for the three slices of bread which we hadn't ordered (and assumed was complimentary) at 1.85 a slice, and while we had ordered one bottle of water, they had charged us for two. Since our meal had otherwise been fantastic, we didn't bother with the charades of sorting this out and instead paid.
All in all this is a beautiful place to eat, with gorgeous settings (every plate is different and looks like it came from your grandma's house), and home style, delicious food (plus awesome sangria!). Highly recommended.