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Good food to fit every occasion. Its culinary offers include: salads, such as the one made from fried green tomatoes, goat cheese and fig jam or the Jardín de la Musa (from shoots and flowers); tapas made from glazed wild boar with honey and garlic mayonnaise and Majorcan sobrasada (soft spicy sausage); a dartboard of prawns (baked in a coating of sea salt) or their tribute to the “Bocadillo” (made from foie gras and Iberian ham).
Also worthy of mention is their charcoal grill which produces such interesting dishes as their “hung” marinated venison with mushroom sauce, or their tasting dish composed of Creole chorizo, veal flank steak, chicken, potatoes and vegetables. Their wine list, brief but select, offers red, rosé and sweet wines.
Their lounge bar, on the ground floor, is a good place to sip a cocktail and chat to friends in a chill out atmosphere. Arcade machines from way back when are available for friends to reminisce and enjoy a game or two. They offer a table d'hôte menu every day, and their extensive opening hours means they also serve breakfast, both sweet and savoury. An informal yet well-looked after place, which pays attention to detail.