We found this on a Sunday. We where actually hoping to go somewhere else, but that was closed and this smelt OK.
The menu is a mix of Spanish and international staples. That said, the food is not dull. With bread we were presented with a bowl of broad bean purée, heavy on the garlic, and, as the waitress was at pains to point out, made on the premises. In fact, she made clear what on the menu was homemade, which is always a vote winner in my book.
Kids are well catered for, service is very pleasant and the cool, shady, courtyard makes for ideal outdoor eating. For my money, one of the two better restaurants in Orgiva.
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