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Mediterranean, Spanish
Lunch, Dinner
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Highchairs Available, Full Bar
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Reviewed 22 June 2017

Visiting family 25 minutes away from this small valley town. Amazing 16th century stone architecture in both buildings and streets. This restaurants was just opening for the day about 1:30 so since we got to the town about 11:30 we had time to walk around...the small town, maybe twice, investigating nooks and taking many photos. We saw about ten visitors the entire time. El Jardin Del Poleo served very good food. Tuna salad was large, morcilla was delicious, Miya's was flavorful. The asparagus was the best! I wouldn't say it's fine dining since we were in tshirts and shorts, but the prices were on the high side, which I'd expect in this somewhat remote location. We took our time. Very few people at this time of year apparently. It was hot but if you sat still in the shade of the umbrellas on the terrace and sipped a cold beer, you could enjoy a light breeze.More

Date of visit: June 2017
Reviewed 9 March 2015

We went on a Saturday and made a reservation for the terrace four days prior for a celebration. The waiter got it wrong and gave our table to another group and the owner offered us an alternative which was average, at best. During the meal,...the first and second courses were all brought out at different times (not good). They staff and kitchen appeared to be overwhelmed by the number of customers and had difficulties in coping. However, the staff and owner all were very friendly and good natured (very good point). They offered a set menu for 25 euros which has quite good value for money. Food was ok. --The village is quite small and they do receive a lot of visitors during the weekend. Do expect a 30 to 40 minute bumper-to-bumper traffic if you arrive past noon. They do not have parking infrastructure for so many cars. Overall, it seems that both the village and the restaurant are not prepared for that amount of visitors. I doubt I would consider returning to either during the weekend.More

Date of visit: March 2015
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  • El jardin del poleo is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travellers:
    • Food: 4
    • Service: 4
    • Value: 3.5
    • Atmosphere: 4