spanish restaurant in the historical centre of zurich
the food is average. my "rape a la gallega" (monkfish galician style) was the usual monkfish you can find in zurich (not so fresh, but frozen fish) however is was not "a la gallega" but something different. meat was good. no garnison comes with main dishes, meaning that you have to order an aside garnison. at the end prices go quite high, to as much as 130 sfr for two main dishes, garnison, water and dessert, which is a bit in the high side for what we ate.
the wine list was very complete, at usual zurich prices.
unfortunately, as it happens too often in switzerland, the separation from our neighbours table did not exceed 5 centimetres, making difficult to keep some privacy while you have dinner. the overall athmosphere of the restaurant was good anyway.
the service was corteous.
i have other spanish favourites in zurich like "el real", but this can be an option despite of their price.
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