Conveniently located on the west side near El Greco museum. We had lunch here on a Saturday from 1:30-4:00. The place filled up quickly - even in off-season. Not too fancy, but very nice...almost a pub-like atmosphere. The waiter spoke English and gave us an English menu (even though we would have preferred the Spanish one). Husband got the menu-of-the-day (a bean stew, then a pork dish, and dessert). I ordered the cod & the mazapan cake and a bottle of wine. It was all very good, but portions are small. Bread costs extra. Total was 65 euros, so not the best value in town. Servers were very nice, but a bit slow, however, we weren't in a hurry.
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