La Cumbre is a local Restaurant with several large Banquet halls on the premises that can cater to small intimate affairs, or huge weddings and Christenings. The place is located up behind Salobrena in the countryside out near Molvizar.
My overall opinion of the place was eh.. I can take it or leave it. For 4 people lunch came to 87 euros, and our lunch consisted of 1 main course each, 1 large salad to share, 4 beers 3 coffees and a bottle of El Coto red. Two of us had rabbit and the others had suckling pig.
The service was very good, the staff very friendly, and they even give the traditional complimentary chupito after the meal. In this case it was honey rum from the Canary Islands. They also gave us pate and toast with our beer while we sat and chatted prior to the meal.
Those of us dining on rabbit each received a full-half of one rabbit, (as seen in the photo), while the others received about 1/4 of a pig. In each case it was more meat than any of us could eat. Both the pork and rabbit were accompanied by not so warm potatoes and the green beans.
I am completely willing to entertain the idea that the kitchen was just having an off day, and I will probably go back again, the fact that it is so very popular with the Spanish means something. I might even just go back and hang out in the bar downstairs and snack on tapas and sip cold beer in the afternoon sun. The location is great, and it definitely has a very nice feel to the place. For me, if the staff is friendly I will generally go back to a place. So I will keep you posted..