Food and drink
Inevitably, the menu is fish and seafood based, with a small selection of chops and stakes for omnivores. Fortunately both the meat and fish are simply cooked either in the pan or on a hot plate, (basic green pepper and roquefort sauces are offered with the meat,) and there are an assortment of rice dishes, including a selection for vegetarians. As the weather was particularly lovely last time I was there I shared an excellent salad that include, amongst other things, marinated salmon, dried plums, and almonds, and a selection from the tapas menu. The Chardonnay from Bodegas Mendoza, one of the regions best young producers, was an excellent accompaniment.
Light and airy, in keeping with its Mediterranean setting.
Not fast, but it’s the sort of place you can just sit and relax.
Beautifully set above rocks and the splashing sea at the end of Las Rotas.
A lunch time menu offers tapas, salad, a rice dish, desert and coffee for 18euros.
- No fuss