Genuine, warm, generous. Great food. Only vegetarian so if meat is necessary don’t bother coming here.
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Maybe we were just unlucky. We drove to this place because of all the good reviews so we had high expectations. However we were very disappointed. 2 euro for a small cup of tea that was not even half full. And the cake was a...More
Came in here during our circular walk from Arure. It was a damp misty day so we were pleased to find the cafe open. Inside its mainly large tables, once sat down staff come to take your orders. We just had a tea and a...More
Stopped here for a coffee break while walking nearby. Lovely coffee, delicious home made cake from a family recipe and a very tasty drink made from lemons and palm honey. As we left, the owner gave our leader a bag of home roasted nuts to...More
Like everyone is saying, you come here to eat the same menu that has been served for over 40 years so you just choose your drinks and sit back waiting for food to come. We were greeted and seated by the owner herself who shared...More
Don’t go expecting a huge choice - just go and enjoy the experience of this lovely family run place where the food is delicious and all homemade including the wine. We stayed in their little farmhouse as well and it was very clean and comfortable....More
This place is simplicity at its finest. The menu is set: bread, almagrote, watercress soup, bean pass, salad, and mojo sauce. But everything is superb in its simplicity. The owner has apparently been making this menu for 40+ years and has perfected it. A lovely...More
Above all, we were delighted to find this place open, out of season during a very long stage of a walking holiday. But then it was way, way better than we might have dared to hope for such an out-of-the-way place. A friendly welcome, good...More
A stop off during our day of walking. Coffee lukewarm to match our reception , though in fairness as excellent home made cake. Member of staff a little off hand. But it was a handy stop off and spotless.
You go here for the personality rather than the food. dona Efigenia has been running this place for decades. It's vegetarian as a result of her father's dislike of meat. She greets all guests (in Spanish) and is very hospitable. If you have some Spanish...More