Only two tables on a rainy tuesday evening. three choices of tasting menus, nothing specified, even orally.
A great professional waiter who speaks excellent English. We chose the small menu. The presentation was world class with little flowers on many dishes. small portions but that was not a problem at all. this particular evening's menu was typical Andalucian dishes with a quasi-molecular twist on some of them. everything tasted good.The foie gras with goat cheese appetizer was tasty but we do not think that the combination works. The little tuna and potato "calderata" very fine. The white rueda for 20 a bottle was excellent in quality and value. A glass of red Ronda region wine with the quail parmentier also good and reasonable. The Pedro ximenez of Lustau dessert wine was 25 yrs old. they forgot to charge us...
The 1895 Solera Ronda brandy very nice at 14 euros, less good value for the taste, but not expensive considering the rarity.
This place is not cheap by any means, but the modicity of the wine prices make up for it. BTW with only 2 tables i must admit that the dishes took their time arriving, but one should not be in a hurry.
Really a great waiter, as I mentioned.
Great attention to detail, as others have mentioned
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