The place is perfectly located below the arches of the "plaza mayor" en el "casco humedo". To see and to be seen. At first glance, the menu was a bit strange, a bit off the beaten track of the local cuisine. We however actually enjoyed a very rewarding experience. A so-called lasagne of tuna was actually a wonderful creation made of crispy leaves of brown cereal bread wrapping a chopped slow cooked tuna piece in a spicy brown sauce. Just delicious. The juicy (meloso) rice dishe with vegetable had also very fine notes for the palate. The proposed wine could have been at a better level. The service was friendly and helpful, although only speaking spanish.
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