We booked the set menu with transfers for £25 per head from the rep.
I must admit from the outside it does not look that great but then we stepped inside and they have decorated it well. Lots of plants and good lighting.
We started with tapas and nachos which wrre lovely. Then we took advantage of our free entrance to the tomb whilst our mains cooked. This was quite a climb and my legs still hurt from it!
The clay potted stews were lovely accompanied by the bottle of organic rose wine also included in the price. The traditional rice and accompaniment of some fresh vegetables was also delightful.
After a poor effort from our hotel on the desert from, the ever so tasty homemade apple crumble and custard made my night!
I would highly recommend this restaurant and I very rarely give anyone 5 stars!!
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