Within two long, narrow rooms, ancient cellars in the old palace, two fine dining rooms have been built. The food is the fine, fresh Spanish style food we experienced in many places. Very heavy on vegetables, fresh fruits and seafood. Bread is 5 minutes out of the oven. Wine selections were also excellent. My husband's favorite, 'Marquis de Caceres, 1998, rioja' (red wine).
Dinner is an event and takes a long time, perhaps 3 hours. Don't even think of sitting down at a table before 9pm. We started with cocktails upstairs at about 8pm and arrived in the dining room in very good spirits. A very classic restaurant with a superb wine list. Wonderful!