Just round the corner from the Parador. It was unseasonably cold so we sat indoors in front of a window so were still able to enjoy the view. Started with the tortilla (not typical Spanish as a bit crispy but lovely) and a ration of the bocarones (whole deep fried fish like whitebait but much larger), both of which were great. Then went to solomillo de ternera done al punto which turned out to be medium (we prefer medium rare) but was still extremely tender and very tasty. A lovely restaurant which would probably have more success if it were not so close to La Yendra. It is, however, cheaper. We enjoyed our evening very much indeed.
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