We sat here for a drink, because it was very close to the city center where we got out of the Zoco Tren. We had to self-service, because there weren't enought waiters, but it wasn't a problem. For dinner we also went there, because we had to catch the last train to Madrid at 21:30 and the kitchen opened at 20:00 here (unlike many other restaurants, which opened at 20:30). Unfortunately there was only tapas and sandwiches. But they were delicous and the service was nice. I would recommend it. You can sit outside or inside, which is also nicely decorated. A little queue was also forming when we were leaving.
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