We were walking in Salamanca and looked up a restaurant to have lunch in. This place had OK reviews but was by far the best restaurant walking distance from where we were. For 2 people with no wine and no appetizers we paid about 70 euros. Having lived in Spain I have gone to many restaurants in that price range. I'll use those experiences as benchmark.
Overall the decor is interesting. They converted an old theatre in a 3-in-1 resaurant concept. So you have tapas in the entrance, Mediterranean food in the central area (where the seats used to be) and Asian fusion in the set where the plays used to take place. To be honest when I read someone else's description I thought it would be much nicer. It's nice but not amazing.
We ate in te Mediterranean section so I can only speak to that menu. Overall I feel there is an attempt to do refined food...hence the price range. I don't think I am being too harsh when I say that the food felt amateurish and clearly was not worth the price. It was ok...but 70 euros go a long way in Madrid. If I had paid 40 euros I would have said it was a decent effort. So what did we have: I had the fish of the day with a salad and my wife asked for the burger. My fish was dry and the salad felt like it had just been taken out of one of those ready-made bags from the supermarket. My wife had a "reinvented burger" which basically meant that they had served 5 fries (again looked like pulled out of the frozen ones you can make at home) and a small chunk of minced meat. No special preparation...just minced meat. So she neither got the sloppy burger that you love but hate yourself for eating nor the refined explosion of unexpected flavones from an upscale burger. The dessert was ok (a hot chocolate moelleux with ice cream - but according to my belgian chocolate loving wife - the chocolate was clearly not at par)...so this would have been an ok lunch at 40 euros...but felt like a ripoff at 70...
Honestly the service was very pleasant. Slow but always with a smile. There were what looked like an army of well dressed servers making you feel like the price tag was for a reason.
If you are walking through Salamanca and don't mind paying 70 euros for mediocre food, this place has an interesting decor and a pleasant service. Maybe one of the other options has better food...I think we will continue trying other places...