Chances are that if you have dined here, you will enjoy the walk home. This little restaurant is set up level with the Cathedral amongst the historic warren of steps and narrow alleyways in the Jewish old quarter. So not only do you work up an appetite walking up there, when you leave, it's all downhill back to river and the main part of the old Girona.
The restaurant itself is missing a few seamstresses as the restaurant is decorated with old irons as wall lights, ironing boards and sewing patterns. The two lads keeping the tables content don't look like the type that would be involved in any sewing.
As for the food, we were hoping that having had tapas twice in the last twenty four hours, that we wouldn't end up with more of the same. Not so, as each of the dishes here were unusual (strips of steak with coffee sauce) and really good (meatballs with walnut). The waiter suggested 5/6 tapas between two and this was more or less enough, however, i wanted to go back for more and did just once. For desert, there is a selection of alcohol themed sorbets (Gin and Tonic and Mojito). We got the mojito sorbet which was then covered in rum which was delicious but maybe not so good for the steps down home. For all that, the standard of food and a bottle of house wine, the bill at just over €40 for two was pretty good. The service was attentive, prompy but not rushed. As this place is small with limited outdoor tables, show up early as it seems very popular with local and visitor alike.
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