Right in the heart of Juderia but no one seems to go in. Why, I can't imagine.
A bit small but cosy and brilliant. Mainly Spanish clientel so must be good. We met flamenca singers from the night before in there. Good food, salmorejo de esparrago was brilliant and ensalarda de bacalao (cod salid) is a speciality of the area.
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