Cafe San Juan
6 expert reviews
“A small, good-value, family-run joint whose huge portions and fresh-from-the-market meals mean it’s always full.”
– Rough Guide
"The short menu is listed on a chalkboard, with tapas-style starters followed by hearty mains like the terrific rabbit stew."
"Family-run restaurant with an open kitchen that's always packed with a mixture of locals and visitors."
"During the daily lunch rush, chef Leandro Cristobal fashions inventive tapas and pastas from the likes of sun-dried tomatoes, brie and seasonal vegetables, while his mother pours the wine." Full review
"The menu here is on a chalkboard that the waiter brings to your table, and you’ll have to quickly select from a variety of bold, flavorful dishes with inventive combinations." Full review
"When famed "anti-chef" Leandro Cristóbal decided to return to his roots, he dropped his trademark modern cuisine in favor of huge platters of rustic traditional dishes." Full review
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