Always good to see a new restaurant opening, especially one that has taken such care with the decor: clean, warm and welcoming. Some good pictures displayed all round the restaurant (for sale) add a nice touch.
It's a quiet time of year so not really surprised that we were the only diners. Not a huge menu but nothing wrong with that. Prices appeared a little high compared to similar places in the area but if the food was good, none of us would have minded.
Bread was served although not ordered (at 2 euros a head). Starters arrived and were very well presented. Several of us had salads but we had to ask for condiments which were not on the table (and neither were napkins, which arrived after we started eating). Up to this point we were all reasonably happy and thought we were onto a winner. A good house wine, and the prawns and stuffed mushrooms particularly enjoyable.
For main courses some of us had ordered chips and some vegetables of the day. And at this point everything became distinctly average. Presentation of the plates was virtually non existant. A tastless entrecote sat on the plate with a pile of (frozen) chips and nothing else. For 19.50 I expected something much better than this. Vegetables of the day consisted of burnt greasy cabbage piled onto (frozen) baby carrots. Portions of Iberian Secret were well cooked but very small for the price.
A very promising start, but with such poor main courses and high prices we will not be returning. A great shame.
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