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US$6 - US$27
European, Spanish
Breakfast, Dinner
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Reviewed 18 November 2020

This characterful restaurant in located adjacent to a small tranquil courtyard where drinks and meals can be taken in warm weather, within a boutique "Hotel/Museum" located a few steps from the main square. The decoration is rustic and the food is typically Spanish/Andalucian, which means...that vegans/vegetarians may struggle a little, We were guests at the Hotel and, having ready a very positive review in one of the leading travel guides, we had no hesitation in booking a table for dinner. For starters, we shared a large plate of fried boquerones (fresh anchovies) followed by cochinillo (suckling pig) and solomillo de cerdo (pork steak). The suckling pig was particularly impressive, well-cooked and good value at Euros 18. The desserts were delicious; 2 rich, melting coulants (fondants) de chocolate. The was reasonable selection of good value Spanish wines and I can recommend the "10.12 Selecion" tinto (red) at a very reasonable Euros 18. Our final bill, which included coffee, fino prior to the meal and 2 glasses of "PX" afterwards was Euros 89 (ex. tip), substantially less than we paid for meals of similar quality in Cordoba.More

Date of visit: October 2020
Reviewed 23 September 2019

This elegant hotel /museum is delightfully tranquil and gentile. I have lunched and enjoyed drinks and tapas in the courtyard gardens. For lunch I had duck breast with roast apple. It was delicious, though I would have liked some more vegetables with mine but this...is normal for Spain. I am not sure why other reviewers expect the staff to speak English as this is deep inland Andalucia not the Costas.More

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed 9 September 2019

We arrived without booking and had a very pleasant evening meal in a beautiful courtyard. Staff were friendly and attentive (although clearly very tired, probably because it is the end of the season). Food was excellent - we had a mixed starter, including the fried...aubergine - and I had the suckling pig for the main course. Very good food, great atmosphereMore

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed 19 July 2019 via mobile

Clean , staff with Limited English language ... good if you are in transit for one night . Nice location in center of town . Parking was 10 euro paying through the hotel come to find out its 1.5 euro all day if you go...talk to the guy at the parking .More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed 12 August 2018

On two visit to Andalucia we had a family lunch a couple of times in this classic completely refurbished spanish town house. We returned on the strength of the sheer quality of the restaurant The house/hotel/restaurant is set in the centre of the town and...there is a public car park a few yards away. If that is full paraking might be a problem!. The hotel has an unprepossessing exterior look but once inside you can only marvel at the extent of the sensitive and beautiful restoration. It is quite simply a perfect setting including see through floors to old ancient relics, wall displays, old canvases beautiful lighting and a great mix of comfortable and restored furniture. The restaurant is air conditioned inside and extends to an open outside courtyard. The tables are properly laid and fitting for fine dining. The staff were friendly and can speak English when pushed. The menu is basically Spanish with some variations of the chef who has a lovely light touch to his food. Consequently, it is simply delicious, expertly cooked and presented and a credit to the restaurant. Portions are humungous so beware a starter AND main course. Probably better to share starters (conpartir in spanish) if you want to avoid rolling home. We only tried glasses of wine but it was still good quality. Pudding helpings were also large so again beware especially as they are as delicious as the other courses. Price for such good dining is surprising - not cheap but remarkable value - three greedy people who each had starter, main course and pudding including tip came to 120 euros. I don't know how they do this quality for this price. I did note that the restaurant has limited staff - it was quiet for our visits so no problem but if twenty people landed on them out of the blue i am not certain how they would cope - so I recommend booking - give them a chance to match tables to staff. Truth is this is one of the best restaurants I have been to in the last few years.More

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