We came full of expectations because it was highly recommend . But. God we were disappointed .the bread was old and dry and when we asked to get a fresh one we got the same old chunk.we ordered cod fish that was reccomende d but...More
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Went to this restaurant for dinner on the recommendation of our hotel. The food was good enough but I would not go back or recommend. The dishes did not really reflect their English translation so some of us were disappointed to get casseroled meat in...More
El Churrasco came highly recommended by our hotel amongst others, and so looking forward to something special! However, upon arrival we were greeted quite warmly, escorted through a half full ground floor dining room, directly up two flights of stairs through empty dining rooms to...More
We a leisurely lunch and were seated downstairs with the locals. It is an enclosed courtyard with green/clear glass ceiling. We had T-bone steak and pork cheeks. They also serve half portions of dessert which were excellent at $3.5EUR each. Don't come here if you...More
If you like a good steak, GO! After all the tapas you can eat in Spain you sometimes just need a good piece of meat! And boy do they know how to serve that! We had for example an amazing T-Bone steak and it was...More
Top notch service. Good wine selection. Superb veal cutlet which was enormous and excellent cod. BBQ and oven cooking. Fabulous Irish coffee. Bit more expensive but worth it. A special evening.
Beautiful setting in the old Jewish Quarter. A restaurant full of history with lots of delightful nooks and crannies to sit in. Delicious traditional Spanish food and wine with lovely friendly old world service.
Asked for half portion tomato salad starter but not to reduce cost. The waiter sullenly said not possible as it was already prepared. Non of the waiters were in any way friendly, that is not correct, one of the waiters attempted a smile when he...More