This used to be the Purísima, but now under new management and called Numa it has gone from a traditional local Spanish restaurant to a more modern take. It offered 3 starters, an artichoke soup, salad and a goats' cheese on toasted bread drizzled with honey, followed by a choice of a main (from 3 selections). We had the ribs which were delicious. Pudding choice was more traditional and less exciting, but a 3-course meal with bread and a drink included for €12.90 per head, it was tremendous value given the quality of the food. Staff were friendly and helpful too. This used to be heaving with locals in the past and now is quite empty. Travellers - go there, have a great meal at a bargain price and keep this restaurant going!!