I came across this restaurant more by chance as I was asking the way from a complete stranger and she highly recommended the seafood here. The location is very good although quite hard to find as the top entrance by the Cathedral has been blocked off and points along the square when in fact it is actually underneath the Cathedral square. It sits off the lovely plaza de virgen blanca. Part of the restaurant houses an ancient wall and is very authentic inside. We sat in the more modern part which was very light and airy and had lovely french windows with bougainvilla. Our table looked onto the plaza below. The food was modern but light and quirky. The fish was the best I have tasted in Spain and much better than the fish I had in San Sebastian. Their albarino wine was from one of the best producers in Rias Baixes and all in all I rate this as my best meal in Spain. Don't miss it if you visit this beautiful city.
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