I found this restaurant through TripAdvisor and thought it was so good I went back the next night. It's an odd place, with no sign, and one needs to knock at the door to be admitted. Once inside, you find an attractive but plain room with simple wood tables and no menus. All the dishes are listed on chalkboards. My server both nights was Javier, whose English was decent and whose sincerity made up for any language shortcomings. I sampled the soup, a hake fish with crispy skin, a pesto pasta, and a chocolate dessert. All were sensational, and memorable. These items are probably only available on occasion, but I'd expect whatever is on the chalkboard to be equally good. The prices are very reasonable and it's easy to get in between 8 and 9 most nights, difficult after that.
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