Apparently Cosecha means ‘harvest’ in Mexico, and that is exactly what one gets here. The showstopper is the guacamole made right at your table, made as spicy as you like or toned down. The large mortar and pestle mashing the avo and other ingredients is just the thing to whet your appetite. It is served with warm tortilla chips and you can add bacon or cheese to make it almost a full meal.
Other starters include tacos with shredded pork or excellent ceviche with prawn and citrus as well as chipotle meatballs and irresistible serrano-wrapped prawns.
Try the beef enchiladas, nice and rich, or the fish tacos with a citrus salsa in homemade tortillas for main courses and add a side of patatas bravas to make it all go with a swing.
Once you have eaten like this you will never think of Tex Mex food in the same way.
The excellent wines of the estate are served at good prices as well as others from this famous wine region.
Charming and easy-going. The owner is always around to make sure things tick perfectly.
The large veranda overlooking the gardens with just the right amount of lush foliage to shield one from the fierce summer sun is the perfect place to be when you want to relax with the right companions.
Do a wine tasting beforehand and decide what you would like to drink – take some home to prolong the experience.
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