Clean, broad selection Italian. We were tired of Spanish food and needed a quiet lovely place. We ate here lunch and dinner!
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First of all the location is wonderful whether it is for lunch or for dinner. The ambient is always great on the grand terrace outside. Its Italian food cooked by Italians! The pizza was ok but the pasta dishes were absolutely delicious - especially I...More
The young woman who services the terrace seems to hate her job. She is unfriendly and surly. Watch out on the terrace because smokers abound and the smoke can ruin your meal. The pizza is good, the spaghetti vongole has few clams and the house...More
The chef does not know the difference between Console and Sopa de cocido, Arroz con bogavante was under cooked, the pizza dough were slightly under cooked also, and the service was below normal. One of my friends actually got sick after the meal. With the...More
We chose this restaurant on its menu and wide selection of meat dishes. The waitresses were not at all helpful and seemed generally disinterested. Although the starters were nice enough, the meat served for the main course was either very poorly prepared or just of...More
My husband and I had a wonderful meal tonight! Mine veal with mushrooms and he had pasta carbonara. Both were excellent ! Service was excellent! We ate here in 2012 and found it equally wonderful. We have another night in Leon....very tempting to eat here...More
We were served a tiny portion of pasta with bland tomato sauce amd a small paella mixta (1 prawn and 2 mussels, dry rice) and steal bread. A good location but an insult to Spanish gastronomy. Keep walking and visit one if the many much...More
Hot chocolate, very thick, with croissant bread, as an afternoon meal, only to not forget how good is eating. They have some other good looking snacks too. Next time.
The perfect place for breakfast. It opens early, and while you're sipping your coffee you can watch the first rays of the morning sun light up the huge white figure of Saint Isidore on his horse, rising against the sky above the entrance to the...More