We had a very tasty lunch here. I highly recommend the lamb meatballs in mint sauce (cannot describe how flavorful these were, written up in Food&Wine), the croquettas de jamon & pringa (crispy outside, creamy inside), and the grilled artichokes with jam (crispy with great flavor, unlike many of the soggy artichoke tapas we had elsewhere in spain). I would avoid the cold almond soup, I tried to hard to like it, but all I could think of was that it tasted like an almond-scented foot cream I used to have (great smelling, but wouldn't want to eat it!). The service was lacking-there was a bit of an anti-tourist air to the waitstaff. We ordered the fried eggplant stuffed with prawns (we had seen it written up in Fodors) but they forgot to bring it-it was okay though because we were full.
It doesn't open until late afternoon, so find a bar up the street (in the direction of the cathedral) for some olives and delicious sausages to hold you over.
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