Food and drink
You'll find traditional seafood and meat dishes here, as well as seasonal foods such as wild mushrooms and asparagus. But their most famous dish is the fritura Modesto, which is a huge pile of tempura-fried onions and peppers, topped with a variety of plump breaded prawns.
Outside on the terrace it does feel a bit touristy, though in fact many locals also eat here. The bar inside feels more comfortable and cosy.
Service is very professional and courteous. It is a bit lighter and friendlier at the bar.
It is in a terrific central location just on the edge of the Barrio Santa Cruz.
The trick is to eat at the bar with the locals. The food is just as good and both the service and prices are friendlier. I usually share a fritura (13 euros) and then order half-plates at about 6-8 euros after that. It doesn't take long to fill up here and costs about 15-20 euros a person including wine.
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- People watching