We came here, because it seemed like more of a local restaurant than the more heavily tourist oriented ones within the walls. It was very busy the first time we tried to eat here, but on the second day, we were able to arrive rather earlier and sat upstairs in the more formal dining area.
The service was excellent. We made a slight mistake in our choice (tripe stew, rather than beef), but the waiter was able to understand my attempts to explain in Spanish and was happy to swap it. We had soup and a salad to start, both of which were lovely and good sized portions. We then had a beef steak and pork loin steaks, with chips, as our mains. There was rather a lot of meat on the plate, but we struggled through it! Both were lovely and tender and really tasty. For dessert, we had some very nice flan sponges and felt very satisfied afterwards. The menu del dia included the price of a drink.
It was very popular as the normal lunch hour began, with many families turning up. The atmosphere was great, very friendly. There wasn't a menu available in Spanish as far as we could see, but then we didn't ask for one and didn't need one. I think anyone with a reasonable grasp of Spanish should be able to understand (except when your husband forgets the Spanish for 'tripe'. Excellent place.
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