"...you can sit outside at lunchtime in a pretty square and eat boquerones con pimiento (anchovies with pepper), delicious pates and tostados and sip a decent fino. In the evening it is a lively meeting place for young locals..." I started with some boqueronos en vinagre (1.80 E), queso curado anejo (1.80 E), and lomo de Jerez (2.00 E). The delight and surprise here was the lomo which was a pork loin on a dense bread, no condiments or sauces - but the bread and meat were dense and moist- no condiments (mayo I had wondered - mea culpa) needed. Other dishes tried: salchichon amorconado (a sausage) and matrimonio (ancho/boqu - cured and fresh anchovies). A couple glasses of fino and amontillado rounded out lunch.
Favorite Dish: lomo de Jerez (2.00 E) - both the bread and meat were so moist