Located in the upper part of the Salamanca district, this unassuming venue has quickly become a benchmark for Andalusian cuisine in the city. The bar counter at the entrance is perfect for some tapas and a glass of vino. At the back, a dining room with eight tables and a private dining room serve creative, casual cuisine without too many frills. Seasonal ingredients. Standouts include the shrimp omelette, the red prawn tartare and, when in season, the Almadraba bluefin tuna. Good tasting menu at a competitive price. Extensive list of sherries and an interesting selection of champagnes by small producers. Pleasant, friendly atmosphere.