Found this place in a guide book. Delicious food! The decor was a little 80s but it was clean and the service was good. Unfortunately our Spanish was terrible and our waitress didn't speak English so some things were lost in translation but we were able to get what we needed. We ate the following:
1. Zarzuela (seafood stew) - so good, one of the best dishes I had in Spain. My family asked for bowls and the waitress looked at us like we were crazy. Apparently it isn't that kind of stew. The "broth" is very thick so it isn't a soup.
2. Lamb chops - delicious, sprinkled with sea salt
3. Some sort of mushroom and vegetable dish - also good, very flavorful
After we ate, we walked through the market in which it was located and had some gelato for dessert. Overall a great dining experience. I'd eat here again.
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