Food and drink
Classic Andalusian cooking predominates with a wide selection of tapas on offer. The house speciality is the solomillo al whisky, (tender pork loin in a garlicky whisky sauce). I also love the chiperones fritos (small fried squid) and the flamenquín (a roll of pork loin, jamón serrano and cheese, breaded and deep fried). There is excellent house rioja and a good selection of other wines by the glass.
Once an Arabian bathhouse, which is apparent from the gorgeous arched ceilings and intricate carvings, it's a comfortable and casual setting with two rooms for tapas and a small terrace out on the pavement.
Great service, quick and attentive.
It is about 100 metres from the Cathedral - you get a very nice view of it from the terrace.
Tapas are 3-4 euros and larger plates (raciones) are 12-14 euros. House wine is 2.50 euros a glass and the average price for a bottle of wine is about 16 euros.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Mature travellers
- People watching