We ate here on our last night in Hermigua after eating twice at Las Chacaras-which I've also reviewed. There isn't much to choose between them, I would say Tasca is slightly nicer food, but then it is slightly more expensive-not that it isn't worth it-just depends on your reasons for eating somewhere. We shared the smoked cheese starter, which was tasty, then had paella-which really was very good. I also had their 'signature' dessert-the papaya mouse-which was light and not too sweet. There is outside space which Las Chacaras doesn't have-we didn't eat outside as it was cold and damp but it must be lovely when the weather is suitable.