Most of the tapas that you would expect in Sierra de Cadiz are on the menu. The nice part is so are a lot that you would not normally find.in this part of the world and I think the influence must come from El Laurel just across the road.
We ordered 5 tapas for lunch. Wrong! Too much delicious food. Try the micuit de pato with raspberry sauce. Rich yes and very nice! So was the mushroom empanada with blue cheese sauce.
The prices are very reasonable with the pan/picos for two at €0.50. The freebie starter was also very welcome.
One small down side is that the restaurant comprises a few regular tables and chairs and more high stools which are really not the best style for eating so the regular tables are fully occupied which means that it can be crowded when only one third of the resaurant is being used!
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