Near our hotel and I think......recommended by a local. Lol. Delish food and amazing house wine. Try this nice owner place.
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My 3rd visit here (over 2 years). 1st was enjoyable. 2nd was less, but "ok". 3rd (this time) ended with a decision: "no more visits". Place is cozy, the famous "Artichoke flowers" dish-is mostly recommended. And thats it. Waiters were nice but them and the...More
I was in the area and hungry and this restaurant was open while others were closed until 8:30 and after reading good reviews on TripAdvisor I went in. The artichokes were indeed good as adviced but the " Bacallo al pil-pil" i.e. traditional cod was...More
They have a great veggie stew with optional ham. It was exactly what I needed after carb loading. The restaurant is really cute for singles or groups. On the pricy end.
Had a great lunch at this restaurant .again another restaurant with great atmosphere the service was excellent. Ordered the oxtail wasn't to impressed it was un seasoned and smothered in a heavy gravy my wife also had the cod fish in a lemon sauce that...More
Food from the basque region, wonderfully served. The background music is a perfect setting to the rustic tables and benches. Star with the artichoke flowers appetizer, I guarantee you have never tried them this way, grilled with olive oil and crushed salt. The servings are...More
After a long day at the Prado, we were ready for a good dinner. Reservations a must, this is a very popular and busy restaurant. From the moment we entered we felt the energy and were welcomed. We were senates upstairs, many languages could be...More
Delicious food! Pretty and cozy place. Rice (seafood and bogavante) were delicious as well as the octopus that we ordered as an appetizer. Service was a little bit slow, but they were really kind. The dulce de leche ice cream was remarkable. I'm looking forward...More