This is a small, local restaurant with stunning innovative cuisine. I don't know how the inspired young chef achieves this standard but she should be reaching out to a wider audience. Try the 'fake' tomato with foie gras, or the 'cigar' served in an ashtray, or the 'charcoal' coated cod or a tapas size portion of suckling pig but don't be fooled by the gimmickry - this is someone who can really cook. I can't speak for the desserts as we never get that far after over ordering from the tempting tapas menu.
Situated in a street near the bullring in La Linea, parking can occasionally be tricky but a taxi is always a possibility. I think the interior could benefit from losing the yellow walls and the rather naff signs for the loo. Having said that, those are just very minor niggles. If you like to try new, delicious, different food with very good service then book yourself in here ASAP.
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