Traditional Basque cooking is the speciality of this restaurant and seafood and fish - "from the Cantabrian sea", insists the proprietor - have a high profile. The oxtail is also in great demand with the Clíper's clientele. Mahogany is the main feature of the classicly styled dining room which seats 40. There is also a separate table for eight for occasions that demand more intimacy. To make a non smoking section here would be something close to impossible, the restaurant being considered the 'house of the cigar', according to its owner. This is a place frequented by people who enjoy smoking a good Havana. It is also a very family oriented place and popular with the over-forties. They also know something about wine here, and prefer vintages from the Rioja Alta region. The house wine costs 1,500 pesetas.
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