I will start by saying that this meal cost me a small fortune, but I actually don't care: it was such a beautiful evening. As a tapas (small plates) restaurant, I surprised myself by not ordering tapas. Instead I went for the spinach and fig salad -- AMAZING! New and beautiful with every bite -- and an Ibirico pork shoulder -- Unlike any pork I've ever had! The salad was big the entree was small and I was very full and very happy!
My first clue that I was going to enjoy the food came with the house flat bread with Romesco and suddenly the distinctive perfume of Spanish olive oil, which is very different from its more eastern cousins, was right there to signal that this is the real deal. When this very same olive oil showed up on the dessert plate of chocolate croquettes, I was shocked but instantly sold on the idea after the first bite.
The wine was beautiful and the outdoor seating provided glimpses of the Wednesday evening fireworks on the shoreline. The only disappointment was that they were out of espresso and so offered coffee instead. It was fine, but not the finish I wanted. Still the meal was rich and delicious -- and still needed to be worked off the next morning in the hotel pool. If it hadn't been so expensive, I'd have gone back again and again and again! It was a treat and it was worth it!
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