One of the few restaurants in the area. As I understand, they started making goat cheese. Set up a stand to sell the cheese. Then starting selling empanadas. And now they have a rustic and charming restaurant - still with goats roaming around.
Everything handmade and tasty. And a nice selection of pastries.
We had a great time dining at a table outside. Don't believe any spoke English.
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