I was only in Zamora for one night on my four weeks travel around northern Spain yet I managed to have a degustacion dinner there in the evening and also squeezed in a lunch at the bar before I left on the afternoon train the next day. That's how good it is, and like most of the others here (ignore the 1 star whingers) I would thoroughly recommend it, if you are in a similar situation, to eat there at least once.
I think that the Rough Guide (usually a good source for such things) had mentioned it as being worth checking out. Once located it was clearly going to be the degustacion (aniversario?) menu for me, rather than attempt to choose from the menu. 6 courses for 32.50Euros is also fairly good value even for Spain. I have posted some photographs of the food but frankly cannot remember every detail about every course. The smoked salmon wrapped around goats cheese was delightful. I think from the photograph it was some fish with the mussels and mango drizzle. The garbanzos/chickpeas in a little tomatoey broth were likely the best chickpeas I have ever eaten, but I did not want to spoil my appetite for the balance of the meal by eating them all! The beef braised in red wine as I recall was suitably tender. The dessert plate was artfully presented as you can see.
The service was excellent, even if the waiter only appeared to speak Spanish. Each dish was described as it was presented to you (would that it were always so). The room itself was very relaxed and warm with the bare brick. The only slight quibble I would have was the somewhat cliched use of mango drizzle on a couple of dishes as this also happened to one of the lunch plates.
With a glass of very reasonable white and red wine at 3 Euros each, not to mention a moscadel at the same price, with water and bread the total bill was 45.30 Euros which over all was as good as any dinner I had anywhere in Spain in four weeks. So much so I returned to sit at the bar and have 4 tapas style plates and a glass of wine for €11 for lunch the next day. I think you should absolutely have no hesitation to eat there if you are in Zamora.
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