This restaurant has been serving classic and contemporary Spanish cuisine since 1972. The menu is extensive, and there are always lots of daily specials. A favorite starter is eggplant stuffed with ham, eggs and olives. Escargot is served in a rich tomato sauce with chorizo, and seafood soup is loaded with shrimp, mussels and fish. Main courses like lamb, goat, rabbit and suckling pig are skillfully prepared, paired with accompaniments that complement the dish. If you're in the mood for fish choose from trout, halibut or cod (also known as bacalao). A medieval-themed prix-fixe dinner and show is offered on Thursday and Saturday; call ahead for times. Closed for dinner on Sunday.