If you like electic fusion cooking and you are tired of the touristy jamon and sangria, this place is for you. Blissfully slightly off the beaten track, La Mojigata is still close to the cathedral.
The service is friendly, personable and you can sit outside in a quiet little street free of annoying street musicians and beggars. There's no menu, as they use fresh different ingredients all the time, constantly re-inventing. They will chat with you explaining what they have on the day, how they prepare it and how it will be served.
Ask away, the explanations of their cooking inventions are informative and charming. Everything is fresh, different and made on the premises with creativity and even irony. The small grilled sardine tapa was to die for, the pate served like a toy mini hot dog very kawaii and the homely re-invention of potatoes with egg and mushroom hearty, satisfying and fun.
The desserts yummy, home made, fresh reinventions of Spanish childhood classics, a fun idea.
We both couldn't drink alcohol so he bill came at a mere 30 euros for a meal that was also an experience, very cheap.
I would defintetly recommend it, especially to a urban, adventurous, eclectic type.
Modern decor, napkins in pencil holders, a surprise in the bathroom.
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