Very average and very bad for eating. They basically don't make any food themselves and have very poor quality on what they serve.
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This is a very small and basic establishment. I chose the Tourist menu at €10, which offered poor value for money. As a starter I had gazpacho; the main course was a rather indifferent toasted ham and cheese sandwich, and, as it was such a cold day, I opted for a coffee instead of the more enticing dessert of ice... More
Good service, good location, average food but I thought a bit expensive for the quality. Most likely due to its location. There was a fantastic guitarist playing in the plaza so it was fine. Wouldn't return.
This plaza was charming, good for a relaxing tapas lunch and wines/beers. Typical Spanish shaded plaza with local Spanish musicians adding to the athmosphere
Lovely location in a square near the main church at the far end of the town. The tables along the edge of the quiet square were in both shade and sun and were filled with both tourists and locals alike, enjoying a drink and lunch. We had a tapas platter of traditional dishes which was very pleasant though not amazing.... More
Had a nice light lunch in this lovely square with a very nice young man playing the guitar as we ate. Good was fine for a quick bite and service was quick and efficient. It's the location which makes this little cafe so special, in an extremely picturesque square next to a convent so you see the occasional nun walking... More
We stopped here as its in a great location in a beautiful square. When we had lunch there was an excellent guitarist playing and the sun was out. We had a couple of salads and a pizza for the kids. My goat cheese salad was OK but nothing like the picture on the menu. A best description is iceberg lettuce... More
The setting is lovely, in a gorgeous square, with convents on two sides, a church and and square - so it is naturally blessed! The place itself has chairs on the side of the square - standard tapas - beer and wine is a bit more pricey than rural Spain (where we had spent the previous few days) but it... More
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