My wife and me went there with two other couples for our Saturday lunch. The usual way when we go to Zaragoza (my wife's home town) for the weekend. The restaurant is nicely set out, nothing extraordinary, just correct. The restaurant is situated on the first floor in a small shopping mall. Downstairs there is a brasserie type of place that was full of people. Upstairs in the restaurant only two out of approximately ten tablse were occupied. We chose several sarters to share, the anchovis, tuna with tomato and onion, gratin of artichokes and huevos rotos con jamon y foie (kind of scrambled/broken eggs with ham and goose liver). All of the starters were well prepared and very tasty. My favorite was the bonito con tomate y cebolla (the tuna). As usual in Spain the main course was served to quickly after the starters. My wife had the lamb chops, for myself I had selected the inkfish stufed with seafood. Both were OK, certainly worth eating, but nothing to remember. The lamb chops were a bit on teh dry/overcooked side and my stuffed calamar was not to tasty and apparently also prepared to much in advance. Wines: the white wine, verdejo, was excellent, the red wine a Rioja from the Muga cellar was good as well and very modestly priced. Anyway we had a good time with our friends there. Would I go back? Maybe if I am in the area and in need for a meal, but I would prefer to go somewhere else.
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