Situated in what appears to be in an alley, with a number of other eateries, which leads onto a square, we took pot luck and stopped at this one, and glad we did. Although there was no menu displayed, when we sat down the cheerful waiter provided us with a menu, in English, with a huge variety. We opted for a campero kebab and a kebab al plato, both local dishes which we thoroughly enjoyed. We were going to have a portion of chips each, but the waiter said one would be enough, and how right he was. Although we usually prefer chunky chips, these were thin French fry type, but were lovely and light and very tasty, and plenty of them. Along with a glass of house red, one beer and one (very large) Cointreau, the total bill came to 22.80euro. a very pleasant meal and reasonably priced. would be happy to go back again.
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