The place is a treat, considering how difficult it is to find a vegan restaurant in a small town in Spain. The food is high quality, although the menu is limited. We especially liked the croquetas, the patatucas and the burger, besides the delicious chocolate-praliné cake.
Good value for money? No doubt, but it is on the pricey side.
We went with a non-vegan octogenarian and he disliked the experience, as expected, but I think meat-eaters with an open mind would enjoy the food here.
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