Food and drink
With the likes of gazpacho, suckling pig and carpaccio de langostinos (raw crabmeat), the food is as traditionally Spanish as its historic setting. I’d hesitate before recommending this for vegetarians, but meat and fish eaters with a keen appetite will love the eight-course tasting menu. There’s a good selection of international wines to complement the extensive menu.
The soft lighting and soothing, classical music should inspire loved-up couples to release their romantic side. Smart groups of friends gossip over fishbowl-sized wine glasses in the genteel, hushed environment.
The staff are knowledgeable about the food and wine but I’ve found them to be a little dismissive.
Next to the church, it's right in the maze of cobbled streets that make up the Old Town.
A three-course dinner for two, including wine, normally costs about 130 euros.
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