They honored their specials into the evening.
For under 15$ I had a fine meal on two nights of cordero asado with soup, wine, and bread if I wanted it.
The first day went like this:
They had a special that included soup and a cordero asado so I went for it. It was not a crowded place, but seemed to serve food more to my liking than the others.
It was all good.
The second day the soup was different, but still good.
The waitress was again very helpful. I felt completely comfortable.
While in Spain the folks don't tip much, I left a couple Euros, and on my second visit the glassed of very weak wine were replaced with a bottle that was better.
Cerro de la Luz was the name.
Drinking the entire bottle may account for why I left my hat and my glasses. The waitress reminded me of my hat, but I still missed my glasses. I went back after the Flamenco show, and she had them set aside for me.
At one point the woman chef came out and asked how everything was going. I complimented her.
At times others came in, but for the most part they did not eat.
One old fellow dressed in the old ways came in again, had his white wine, and left. He was a regular.
Folks who smoked went out to the street, sometimes with their drink.
The place was located very near the Flamenco show and also near a small plaza.