We sat down for lunch, but were the only ones there, so we just ordered two glasses of Rueda white wine. It was the poorest quality Rueda I had tasted in a long time, although it was not cheap. We decided not to eat. I...More
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There might be some confusion here. There are two branches of this Spanish restaurant. One is in Roma and the other is right behind the cathedral on the second floor of the Spanish cultural centre. The latter affords a pleasant, elegant place to drop in...More
It was a lovely surprise to discover this rooftop Spanish restaurant behind the cathedral. My grilled fish was perfectly cooked, the olives from the antipasto trolley were amongst the best I've eaten in a while, and the garlic mayonnaise with basil and a hint of...More
I found this place walking around La Roma Colony, incredible food, amazing service and delicious tapas!. You should visit this place.
Yes, we were in Mexico City, and it seemed a shame to be eating in a European restaurant, but after a day of really spicy foods, a little jamon serano was calling our name. It was a lovely spot to sit on the street and...More
Walking along Calle Alvaro Obregon in Mexico City's trendy Roma neighborhood, we passed plenty of eateries that featured state-of-the art design but we were struck by the dozen or so ham legs displayed in a wooden case just inside Jamon y Jamon. Five of us...More
Go figure. I am from Spain and when traveling outside of Spain, I look for authentic Spanish restaurants to see how they represent the Spanish gastronomy. Jamon J. Jamon had the best Spanish tapas I have ever tried outside of Spain. Very fresh, cooked as...More