Corchos makes an impression as soon as you walk in: first the seafood kitchen in full view, then the bar serving tapas, tasting dishes and brochettes. But the real attraction are the set menus, with a kitchen open from early in the morning until late at night. The aim is not to be known for fancy-sounding dishes but for familiar ones, made with the highest-quality ingredients. This is most obvious in the fish and shellfish, but their artichokes, finely sliced and deep-fried, or the Galician octopus, are not to be underestimated. The set lunch menu is original and tasty, and might feature an egg dish with sun-dried tomatoes and red pepper to start, and a moussaka with Emmental gratin as a main course. Desserts include a gorgeous chocolate cream with olive oil and Maldon salt.