Upstairs you will find the Leña Bar, an informal gastrobar with high tables and stools. They offer a delicious menu of appetizers, preserves and traditional portions of excellent raw materials. We highlight the mussels that they pickle themselves, the potatoes revolconas and of course the ham and its special cuts, with unique pairings around the ham as ham with ginger, vinaigrette, with wasabi, etc..
In the kitchen they have chef Alfredo González Segovia, with whom they present a traditional cuisine where the raw material is the star product, seasonal and local, with innovative touches that promise to be a trademark of the house.
If you like meat, be sure to try the delicious oak and holm oak grilled beef entraña. They also have a tasting menu where ham is the main protagonist.
They take care of all the details, such as the bread, made with organic flour and sourdough.
Although I haven’t tried the coffee, according to the staff it is one of their specialities.