Food and drink
The food is comforting and soul-satisfying, and far from being stodgy and deep-fried. Think fresh calamari, mussels, osso buco (veal shanks), lean cuts of meat, enormous oven-roasted jacket potatoes served with any number of toppings, fresh Mediterranean salads, and home-baked tomato and onion breads. My only criticism would be the somewhat limited pudding menu, which largely consists of crème caramel and profiteroles.
If I had to sum it up in one word it would be ’jolly'. It’s a non-contrived, convivial atmosphere where people get on with the serious business of relaxing with good friends and good food. Exposed brickwork and wooden furniture capture the familiar, homely feel.
Joaquin, who is from Seville (unsurprisingly), and his team make you feel at ease and seem genuinely pleased that you’ve chosen their restaurant over the dozens of others nearby.
Just off the main drag, it's down a pretty side street, in the centre of the picturesque town.
Expect to pay around 20 euros ahead for two courses.
- Mature travellers
- Seasoned travellers
- Chilling out