If our guide-book hadn't recommended this place, we probably wouldn't have gone in. The entrance just looks like a small (very 'local') bar, and the restaurant in the back-room has bare wooden floors and tiled walls. The food was also very 'basic' - but fortunately in the best sense. We had a lovely bean stew with lumps of sausage and ham, followed by slabs of roast sucking pig with fries. Delicious and melt-in-the-mouth, but don't even think about the calories or cholesterol, unless you want nightmares!
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