We happened on this restaurant thanks to a Spanish local friend whom we first met in Zaragoza. It's in a quiet street just off the main centre, but it is anything but quiet itself. It was pretty full within the restaurant and on the pavement outside. And not surprising because the welcome from the manager and staff was warm and the tapas is fantastic, We had a real variety of meat, fish, and vegetables in very nice portions and we ate pleasantly over a couple of hours. The manager was most helpful in suggesting other tapas dishes we should try, and we washed it down with very drinkable Spanish wine also recommended by the manager. I am not normally a frequent or keen tapas eater, but this meal was very good and will be well worth a return visit. By the way, it was very late evening when we left, but it seemed they were ready to go on for several more hours of the night!
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