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US$25 - US$37
Spanish, Mediterranean, European
Lunch, Dinner
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Reviewed 16 September 2018 via mobile

Popped in for a pre-dinner aperitivo with friends to get out of a scorching September sun. The pretty little rear patio offered a well needed shade from the high 20s heat outside. We didn’t have anything to eat but the tapas menu looked delicious including...pisto con huevo, morcillo served with a blue cheese and caramelised leeks served with goats cheese. Our 4 drinks served with some green olives came to €10. Next time I return I’ll eat there too.More

Date of visit: September 2018
Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

I'd recommend the lamb dish and the traditional Spanish migas. It's comfortable inside, terrace is very nice in good weather and service is pleasant. We ordered menu, the dishes size is fair, even big. Overall we liked it, will recommend and come back. This restaurant...Doesn't offer parking service, therefore I'd suggest arriving early to the town and park before passing the bridge. Don't climb up to park the car. The cheesecake is served with chocolate sauce instead of a berries syrup, FYI, which I frankly don't like. We came with a 6 months old toddler and the baby feeding chair is Spanish old style without security belts, not suitable for a small baby (be careful). I'd suggest the restaurant to buy a couple of IKEA baby chairs.More

Date of visit: November 2017
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Nice restaurant, good food in a very pictoresc village on the mountains. Book ahead and don't be scared with the parking conditions...

Date of visit: October 2016
Reviewed 29 March 2013

This is our favourite place to eat in Patones de Arriba when we have an occasion that merits spending the money (with wine it adds up to at least 70€ for a meal for two). We have been there 4 times and each time the...food and service has been quite amazing. I would advise you to book an earlyish table as last time we went (table for 4) we were there for 4 hours enjoying the tasting menu. The atmosphere is more relaxed than other two star restaurants and this is down to the excellent service. As you would expect the decor is immaculate and I could not recommend this restaurant more highly.More

Date of visit: March 2013
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