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If the waiter places some bread or tapas on your table before your meal, and you don't eat it, it will still be added to your final bill. Unless they actually state it is free, there is a cost involved. It is often called pan (bread), so check your bill before you pay for it. In Ronda the price for pan is about 1-2 Euro, but some other towns/cities can charge much more.
Unique Suggestions: Check your bill, and ask nicely for them to remove the charge. Most places are happy to do as they don't like fuss.
Written Mar 6, 2008
This place claims to be the former home of a Moorish King. Frommer's guide book says otherwise & there is no real information given at the house to confirm this either. Its basically a really steep climb, with some slippery steps, in partial darkness, down to the river. The is nothing inside to even tell you what you are looking at.
Unique Suggestions: Don't fall down the stairs, be careful!
Fun Alternatives: Just don't go!
Written Aug 15, 2006
As with any town the worst (and most expensive) restaurants are around the main town square of the plaza socorro. Avoid all of the them, a 2 minute walk will uncover much better cuisine.
Unique Suggestions: No! in general avoid them, there is no reason to use them
Fun Alternatives: try the numerous tapas bars such as faustinos just off the square. Just look for the locals, they go out all the time!
Written Jan 7, 2004
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