According to expert gourmets, eating means "keeping alive the fire that lights the joy of life". This becomes true in this sober but magnificent restaurant where their main concern is, above anything else, the quality of the food. You'll be surprised by the perfection of their dishes. If searching for novelty is not among your interests, on Thursdays from October to March you can have cocido (chick-pea stew), cod salad, potatoes with clams, fideua (paella made with pasta instead of rice), chilindrón chicken (cooked with tomatoes and peppers) and assorted seafood on weekends.
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