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We ate here for lunch yesterday and sat outdoors during the medieval festival. Tables and chairs covered with lovely clean hessian cloth in keeping. We had a very helpful waiter who explained that our best option was the tasting plate of meats and cheese for...More
Had the the number one Iberian Ham four servings for our family of six. We also had the spicy peppers and a tray of assorted cheeses. Everything was outstanding and the quality and taste excellent. Good value for money as well.
The people were super...More
I cannot understand any of the reviews on this site that are less than good.
If you go to a jamoneria don’t expect hot food!! The choice of quality is outstanding. It’s just an excellent place to eat jamon/chorizo/cheese, drink nice wine, and take in...More
This is an old-style jamon shop with some tables. The ceiling is hung with ageing hams, the staff friendly (luckily for me, our waiter spoke good English) and a very short menu consisting almost exclusively of ham and cheese (OK, there was a bit of...More
What a lovely place to sumble accross for a light lunch. We had a plate to share consisting of jamon and manchego with a glass of the house red. Watching the old timers coming in for their lunch was a treat with the staff knowing...More