You must try this place.
We had a really tasty meal sitting on the terrace, soaking up the sunshine. For 12 euros each we had juices (one with orange and papaya, the other a kind of hot lemonade sweetened with palm honey) a massive stew/soup with huge chunks of squash, carrots, potatoes and cabbage - all really full of flavour, an amazing salad with banana and apple in it, a maize hummus with mojo rojo and bread with almogrote. Pudding was less appealing to me but came with a shot of her amazing festive orange wine! It's not cheap but it is well worth paying for the privilege of sampling such wholesome food in unique circumstances.
We'd parked at the restaurant and done a 3 hour circular walk (via Les Creces and Arure) which is a great way to work up an appetite.
Ephigenia may be slowing up but she's a shrewd businesswoman and I defy you to leave without a bottle of her home-made wine, rojo, or palm honey tucked into your bag.
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