We visited this restaurant as part of a trip to the lovely island of La Gomera. It is situated on the edge of a cliff 1,800 feet above the village below, and it has a section which juts out over the cliff and which has a glass floor!
There was a sign which said a maximum of 8 people at a time and as there were far more than that on it already I didn't go on it-well that's my excuse anyway.
The food was good, each table had a bottle of red wine but you could opt for white if you preferred. There was a set meal of smoked salmon, followed by watercress soup, a choice of fish or chicken, and a sort of cheesecake to finish. The food was delicious, the service excellent, and as an added bonus we were treated to a demonstration of the whistling language the inhabitants of the island used to use to communicate over the vast height differences in the valleys.
A unique experience and not to be missed if you visit the island.