We found this restaurant frequented by locals in a small square behind the ruins of the Roman amphitheater. The dinning room is handsome, an old style decor with a nostalgic feel of old restaurants from the 1950s. The restaurant was empty except for one table where a family of 5 were having dinner. We decided to stay, something about the look of the place made us think that the food was going to be good ... and it was. From the terrine of foie mi cuit to the delicious calamaris fried with green peppers, everything was impeccable and delicious. For dessert we couldn't resist ordering the ice cream with bourbon sandwiched in a phyllo dough smothered in chocolate and the cheese cream with apple purée ... we couldn't decide which of the two was better. So if you ever find yourself in the historic quarter of Zaragoza by the Roman ruins don't forget to stop by Antonio's.
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