While out on a tour durante the Easter holidays we stopped for lunch and we're not disappointed. All the outdoor seated were booked which was a great sign! We accepted a seat indoors and ate a typical Spanish menu del día of migas, gazpacho, chuleton ending in a dessert and a glass of beer. Not the most memorable meal but good vale and great service was all we were after.
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