We came a bit late and got a nice table in the rear courtyard. The baccalao was superb, fried crispy but covered with a tasty sauce. The skewered steak was locally sourced and delicious, with a mild horseradish sauce. The soup, leek and corn, was subtle and delicious. For nibbles, we had chorizo (rich and delicious) and small pickled peppers (meh). Everything was on the salty side, but delicious. Overall, a delightful dining experience.
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