Although a bit hidden in a little street by the main road no doubt a place to go. Great food and above all the "tortilla", really superb, but go early as they cook it mainly for (late) breakfast. Also nice service and a touching family...More
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We were visiting during the Dia das Comadres, so the town was really busy (forget about trying to get dinner in any restaurant in town on that day, by the way, because they're all booked up!). We had lunch at Casa Zapatillas. The house wine...More
We found the place through TripAdvisor and were very pleasantly surprised. The food was all excellent, home cooked, the service excellent and the place itself is a little gem, very nicely decorated, you would find in any major city.