Laguna is a reasonably priced gem tucked away in a residential area a few blocks from the Marienplatz train station. Focused on Spanish cuisine, the food is always fresh, carefully prepared, and beautifully presented. I visit Stuttgart frequently, and I order their Dorade gegrillt (grilled sea bream) at least once during each visit. The skin of the fish is crisp and flavorful; the flesh inside is moist and light. The potato wedges that accompany this dish are simple, but the tastiest I've had anywhere: slightly crisp on the outside, smooth on the inside. A fresh salad also comes with the meal, all for 18 Euro. I happen to have fallen in love with their Dorade, but I've also had their paella for two, another great dish if you're dining as a duo.
This is a comfortable, small restaurant with a relaxed upscale feel: artwork on the walls, Spanish music softly playing, candles on the tables. Folks are usually casually dressed (jeans and the like), but feel free to dress up if you prefer. As for the proprietors, they're unfailingly gracious. Kristina will converse with you in German, José in German or Spanish. Don't let the limited English deter you though—between words, gestures, and good humor, we've always made ourselves understood.
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