We went at lunchtime and started with a plate of cheese and bread to share €7. We both had novillo steak (€17 each) which came with vegetables and a choice of potato - baked, fried or patatas a lo pobre. A nice touch was that the alioli garlic mayonnaise for the baked potato was served as optional, on the side. The steaks were cooked as requested "al punto" and "medium to well". The steaks were large in size and the quality of meat good. The vegetables and potato were rather disappointing as is often the case in Spanish restaurants.
Even though the restaurant wasn't that busy, service could have been more attentive. We didn't have any cutlery, no-one checked if we were happy etc.
For wine we had a good bottle of Ribera del Duero roble red wine which was good value at around €14.
Total bill including sparkling waters and espresso coffees came to €60.
Incidentally Fogon del Pibe also offer a Menu a la Brasa for just €7.90 comprising of two courses plus dessert and bread. This seemed quite popular with some of the locals.