On the edge of the old town with fine views across agricultural land. Has a rural feel to it. Efficient and pleasant service.
I enjoyed two tapas, boquerones which were quite large fried fish, not the small anchovy ones that also have this name, and a spinich and chickpea stew. Both were fine. I liked the stew which was interesting and tasty.
Main was a stewed lamb. Sorry, I've forgotten the name of the dish. Lumps of lamb (mutton) that had been cooked for a long while to make them soft and tender - and, more importantly, tasty. There were sliced potatoes in the stew too, although I think these would have been cooked separately as they did not have a stewed texture to them. A thick dark sauce completed the dish. It came in its own stew pot with a lid. It really was very good, well cooked, tasty and filling.
Good rural food.
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