We were there a few months ago and I recommend this place for the hospitality and the good meal we had.
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We went there last month and love the food and the people there. We ordered something call "patatas al rebujo" and it was jummy jummy Totally recommended if you want to enjoy real spanish food!
This is a small restaurant with a friendly owner. Visited on a Tuesday night so not very busy at 9pm. Large portions however, not particularly cheap. Food was reasonable. A welcome relief if you need a change from tapas.
The title of this review says it all. The fixed price Menu Extremeno gives you two courses plus dessert, which is reasonable (I ordered an egg dish and lamb stew, both of which were pretty good. But my wife ordered a salad and lamb with...More
Enjoyed a birthday dinner in a more formal space at the rear of this restaurant. I would recommend the bread-crumbed anchovies and the "cotto" beef steak was superb! M enjoyed her asparagus in cheese sauce and recommends the lamb casserole. Service was very friendly and...More
Great restaurant just off the Plaza de Espana. Menu is quite extensive and if you order a la carte, it is also quite expensive, but definitely worth it. The "menu del dia" at 12 euros is a great baragain. We arrived at 2:30 for lunch...More
The dining hour in Merida seems to be ridiculously late, even for Spain. We arrived at Casa Nano at 2130 and were the only party in the restaurant until 2215 when a number of other parties began arriving. We started with a large salad and...More
At a cost of 12€ per head, plenty of choices for the 3 course meal, included a half bottle of wine per person, the service was excellent the food superb. Highly recommended! !
Proprietor was brusque and impatient despite few patrons. My wife's second order was switched to the same as mine, probably in order to facilitate cooking. Bill contained charge for bread which was not requested, not eaten and left untouched. When I asked that it be...More
We spent two nights in Merida and on the first night suffered a dreadful meal at the Parador Hotel where we were staying. In order to avoid a repeat performance we scoured the streets of Merida looking for somewhere quiet and slightly off the beaten...More