We where trying some more tapas and another dry sherry. We had meatballs, croquettes, garlic prawns. Another ok but no thrills. The most exciting was the waiter hiding a beer outside and having a zip every now and then.
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Nice buzz, lots of locals, but we were charged more than double for breakfast than we had paid at a much better place the day before. Our only experience in Jerez of feeling ripped-off.
I suppose it's bound to happen once, but this was our first experience of being ripped off in Jerez. We've been paying €8 for two for breakfast and expected this to be the same. It's thronged with locals so we thought that was also a...More
I was surprised to find this café still looking exactly as it did when I worked in Jerez back in the 1970's!! My friends and I stopped there for a quick lunch and ordered ham rolls. We were pleasantly surprised to find jamon serrano as...More
Our party of six people ordered dinner fairly early on a Thursday evening. We had a mixture of tapas and main meals. The food was of a reasonable quality and the waiter service was reasonable given there is as only one person waiting on... However...More
All was quiet on Sunday morning, no one around, as we looked for somewhere to breakfast. Looked a bit seedy from the outside but it was clearly very popular and as we opened the door the place was heaving with local Spaniards and the noise...More
We took the family for early dinner and enjoyed the hectic atmosphere on an early evening in February. The place was packed with locals enjoying chocolate con churros. We had dinner on the first floor overlooking the action downstairs. The kids loved the atmosphere, the...More
I went for a substantial lunch including a relish tray, "Veal" cutlet with potatoes and veggies and rice pudding for desert. I put veal in quotes because any cut of beef no matter the age of the animal is called veal (ternera). The food was...More