We were craving a good steak and had noticed this restaurant when walking in the area a few weeks ago. We weren't disappointed - I had the bife de chorizo and my husband had the lomo - both were cooked perfectly and nearly melted in your mouth. We also had empanadas de queso (the type I like - not too bready) and morcilla. Plus a nice bottle of Luigi Bosca malbec. The two servers were friendly and multi-lingual. It's a bit pricey - came to around 110 euros, but we had a lot of food and the wine was one of the more expensive ones on the menu. We will definitely go there again!
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