There is a saddle out front and upon entering one is taken in awe at the lovely wood décor. So we naturally thought it was a country western place. We were wrong. The cuisine is Galician, which is the former name of this region. Everything is based on traditional recipes and is cooked on a wood burning stove. That’s why all the wood is there. There are many dishes one would not find every day. We had the “Dish of something finger licking good” which was rabbit, turkey, and veal sausage with corn, baked pudding and mushroom topping. It was a great “eat” and cost just 237Hr for 2. A complete average meal here will run around 200-250Hr. There is also a business lunch from 12:00-16:00 for just 35Hr - a great lunch experience.