Ate there in very late October, bit of a fuss booking as no one answered emails for a week. So we looked for another booking, then the did come back, initially didn’t bother, but decided to try it, as it was on the Trip... had the mountain ham, which in itself was ok, but the tomato sauce accompanying it was simply delicious, very fresh, very flavoured, going to look too replicate. The shrimp on the grill where also very good. Moist, flavoursome garlicky butter/oil on them, and perfectly cooked, very fresh. Had the signature rice dish with lobster, and after years of paella across Spain etc. Didn’t think it was anything special, if anything the flavours drowned the lobster, so no idea how goo£ that tasted, plus whilst probably sea water (hopefully) it was too salty. So overall good and might go again, woul£ probably have some type of fish on the grill. With wine etc (and no desserts) still came to over 100 Euro, which is dear for this superbly economical area of Spain.