We associated churros with dessert, so we were devastated when we found out they are eaten for breakfast. After eating chrurros for breakfast, we ate them every day for the rest of our trip. We dipped them in chocolate, or you can eat them plain (but we never did !!) The serving is generous, and does fill you up. You know you are in local land when no one speaks English !! It gets busy and full so get there early. the beautiful walls filled with traditional and colourful tiles and framed prints. Small, intimate and full of noise and atmosphere. If you like to do what locals do, then this is a must.
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