This tapas bar and restaurant in a side street off one of the tiny squares in the historic centre seems like a great find. However, the tapas are slightly pretentious with drizzles of, "jus", sprigs of rosemary and flowers on the plate. If you want a change from the traditional dishes you cangear in this area then, fine but for us it seemed as though this place was trying to belong to a city centre rather than providing hearty, regional choices. Being surrounded by wonderful sandstone historic buildings added something to our lunch. Each dish cost around €5 .
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