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It was a mild evening so we decided to sit out side. This is a great spot for people watching. People were very friendly as we met a few sitting around us. The food was very good. We enjoyed a lovely evening under the stars!!!
Ate here twice with a group of seven. Restaurant is a bit hard to find in the old part of town, but the terrace in front of the church will show you the way. The tapas here are finger licking good. Together with Spanish wines...More
This came recommended by rondatoday as one of the top 5 places to eat in ronda. Food was very tasty we had mixed tapas. Staff were very busy so couldn't always get their attention straight away but you expect that when they are as busy...More
Went to this restaurant through recommendation of our hotel. The place looks deceptively small from the outside, but it has three different stories, each corner with a very unique and traditional decor to it. The staff were very friendly and attentive. We had carpaccio -...More
We booked the previous evening. The menu is not extensive, which is a good sign. The starters were great - well presented and fresh. The cod was delicious - again fresh and perfectly flavoured and served with little roasted peppers. Two of our party had...More
After strolling around the beautiful Ronda, it was worth to wait for a table here. The waiters were kind and helpful, the food was delicious (some regular tapas, rabo de toro, grilled pork), and the ambient was great overall. By the time of our dinner...More
The setting was great, in a calm, romantic square, under the shades of the cypresses, listening to some soft guitar music and occasionally to the sound of the church bell.
The food was delicious. The waiters were kind and helpful, not hesitating to recommend dishes....More
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I believe that they open late morning for coffee or drinks then go though to lunch and the rest of the day to close late.The Spanish do not eat in the evening to very late like 10pm. So like most popular restaurants they are... More
I believe that they open late morning for coffee or drinks then go though to lunch and the rest of the day to close late.The Spanish do not eat in the evening to very late like 10pm. So like most popular restaurants they are very flexible on closing
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