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if you are tired of the extensive visit to the Roman theaters, this place offers a quiet rest for a small lunch or snack (tapas or raciones). we shared a salad and a plate of grilled cipriones (shellfish), both as a portion, and it was...More
Next to museum you have many places to eat but some what over rated. From the outside not look much, so i popped in for a drink very surprised to see the size and great style inside. The service, food are excellent and best of...More
Slightly off the main street. At front a bar café area and more restaurant at the rear. A tasty Pluma Iberica Brasa and ensalada sixtina. Feels a bit more local rather than the tourist trap cafes and restaurant's on the main street.
We always try to avoid the restaurants and cafes on the main tourist street. In this instance after visiting the Roman theatre and in need of refreshments we found it. Just a few stroll away from the masses we went inside for a bite of...More