Sitting outside at the Plaza Castillo is great, but don't miss to enjoy the wonderful art nouveau interior.
We went there for lunch and choose the set menu which include entree, main, desert and wine including bread. We were pleasantly surprised when we ordered one red and one white and was expecting half a glass each. However, we got a bottle each. We were prepared to pay extra, however we got the bill as is, we were very... More
having read some of the reviews we expecting good things, decoration of the restaurant was absolutely fabulous , 3courses 16€ very basic mediocre food but great place to people watch and read the body language of the waitresses and waiters..... I was always told tables are for glasses not"[--]" so see in to waiters sitting on a table looking for... More
OK, so Rick Stein raved about it. And the reviews seemed somewhat mixed. But hey, not far from where we were staying, and reasonable value, so we tried it out! After a short-ish wait we were shown to our table. Started off with Paella. Really nice. Followed by trout for the lady and steak for me. Dessert was ice cream... More
I don't understand how people can say this place was pricey. Five of us had lunch there - had a great three course lunch including two bottles of wine and two bottles of water and they only charged 13.50 Euros per person. An absolute bargain for such a beautiful place. The only downside was the waiter who we believe had... More
Hemingway loved this place...50 years ago. Rick Steves said go in, have a drink, don't eat here. That's what we did...absolutely beautiful! You feel like you are in a 1900 ice cream parlor. People were very nice. Had café at midnight and next morning with rolls. Go in and have a drink...be part of history.
What lovely place, food excellent, drinks not expensive, coffee good. Staff very pleasant, spoke good English, we a had 3 days in pamplona this was our favourite place to eat very central just across the road from our hotel and car park easy access.
The title says it all. It's located in a very nice old building, with a terras overlooking the square, but the food is not great and pricy, as could be expected on a location like this
If you want to have a coffee in a place full of history, try this place. Don't sit outside, even if it's hot, because the beauty of the place is the building. The ornate ceiling and furniture are lovely, and leading off from the café is the bar where Hemingway used to go, so you can have your photo taken... More
We arrived in plaza de Castillo, and looked for a place for a coffee. There we saw everyone is sitting outside, but inside you can find an awesome cafè, with decoration all over the walls and columns, then just next to the entrance there's Hemingway's rincon, a really nice bar with the writer's statue where you can have something to... More
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