Reading the reviews about the place on this page was enough to motivate me to go with my wife our 14 year old son. We walked in there at about 14:15, there was nobody in the place, the lights were off and so it looked closed. As soon as we walked in, a little old chinese woman came to encourage us to sit down. But since I read it was a buffet, I wanted to take a look at it before. Incredibly, the buffet was totally empty and the "salad bar" was both untouched and incredibly frugal in the pejorative sense of the word: there was one tomato sliced in half slices spread out in a single layer on the bottom of the small metal container; it was the same for the cucumber, maybe at most 1/2 a small cuke sliced and spread out over the bottom of the container; a small handful of narrowly cut strips of whitish lettuce; and a few other things looking as pathetic as the tomatoes, cucumbers and lettuce. The sight of this very poor excuse for what we call a salad bar was so pathetic that we walked back out. It's really too bad.
I understand some of the reviewers concerns to encourage vegetarian and vegan endeavours such as this one, especially in the totally meat-based culture that is the spanish, but we don't go to a restaurant to give charity. So, one the one hand I know it would be terribly depressing to fill a buffet full of food, and have to throw it all out because nobody has come to eat any of it. On the other, it is impossible to have customers with such an pathetic looking "buffet".