A good local restaurant specializing in tapas. Very moderate prices. Good for a local lunch. Indoor or outdoor.
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This is our second visit. The last time was last year when it was a tapas restaurant and we had been recommended to eat there by a local Spanish friend. It was good then and still is although it now has a standard restaurant menu...More
This is a great place to visit, the food and wine are excellent and the staff are most pleasant. The prices are really reasonable and size of the portions and quality of food are well above average. We live 4 kms away and eat here...More
A really interesting selection of local tapas and more substantial dishes. Some of these one doesn't find in UK restaurants. good service and prices.
This was our favourite tapas restaurant for many years and recommended it to many people . We visited last week & were advised they now only do a few tapas. No more tapas menu you can only pick at one counter. The tapa portions have...More
Tried El Comercio for the first time last night. Food was very good and great value. Pleasant local atmosphere - pity about the grumpy waiter we were assigned although the other waiters were nice. Will definitely return.
This is a kind of restaurant where you will find mostly locals and less tourist. This means you may have problems if you speak english only but, hey!, this is a good oportunity to try you spanish!! Good food, good selection of wines, nicely decorated...More
This visit was different as I had my youngest son (18) with us and two of his mates! Food as ever consistently excellent. I went for the baby lamb chops which were superb and a very good helping. We also had the ox tail, pigs...More
This is a typical Spanish tapas restaurant. The memu includes all the favourites. I recommend the Russian salad. .the pil pil and the aubergine in sugar cane. Drinks are reasonably priced. 10 of us ate and drank for Eur 17 per head.