Don't get me wrong I'm no snob when it comes to food but if something appears really cheap it makes me wonder why. Or at least it did. A new Cuban restaurant opened in our village a few months back and I checked out the menu one day walking past. The prices were ridiculously cheap compared to everywhere else and that put me off. It set alarm bells ringing. In the last few weeks lots of people have been talking about how good it is so we went with friends to check it out. Absolutely first class. :smile: Four excellent meals (no way could you eat it all) a few drinks and a couple of rounds of barraquitto coffees 43.00 Although tourism numbers are at there lowest ebb here with bars and restaurants really struggling you have to book well ahead for a table as the place is mobbed every night. I've learnt my lesson about keeping an open mind on stuff like this. They obviously have a good business plan of which low price and margins is a part. So back to my original question. Does or would "too cheap" put you off and why?