This place is astonishing. Over the years I've occasionally had food by Albert Roux, Anton Mosiman and Raymond Blanc but tucked away by the medieval city walls away from the main tourist trail there is modern spanish food that matches it. Go there now before this guy becomes an international star; go twice. The tapas menu is chalked on a board on the wall, you sit at tables out in the street (but come early or expect to wait). The owner/chef will painstakingly lead you through the details of each. And what a treat- the menu isnt fixed but based on what is available; we had Moroccan chicken skewer which melts in the mouth after two days marinading and is served with a mini tabbouleh; foie gras toast with ginger ice cream was shockingly good, home-smoked duck with quince jam exploed on the taste buds, melts-like butter braised ox cheek with mini dauphnoise potatoes was possibly best of all, smoked salmon and goats cheese was exotic. This is food of the highest quality prepared with love and care. Four of us ate like kings for 40-odd euros- I couldnt believe it was so cheap. And one other point- my teenage daughter is coeliac- she cant eat anything with wheat- this often leads to blank looks and frustration when we eat out but the chef couldn't have been more helpful- modifying his dishes so she could have almost anything on the menu. This was so good we went again the next night
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