This restaurant is an old printing house and has a number of antiquated pieces of machinery as decorations. It also has intriguing newer printing inspired decorative touches and a pleasant open courtyard in the middle. The food we had was very nice, although there were a few things on the menu they didn't have.
The only improvement could have been some live music as we found ourselves srating wistfully at the windows of the Paladar next door where a guitarist and fiddle player were entertaining their diners.
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