This restaurant also has a bar where you can have some tapas. We tried risotto, which was very tasty, and cochinillo, roast sucking pig, which was excellent and the tapa was quite generous.
The restaurant has two floors and there are private dining rooms. The wine list is very complete. There are good wines from the region but also a selection of wines from all over Spain and from other countries.
In the city center of Logroño, close to the Co-Catedral, you can find the San Juan Street. In this street there are a lot of small restaurants, which have a big offer of pintxos (very small tapas). The street is similiar to the Laurel Street, buy is cheaper and the local people prefer it.
You can test a lot of differents dishes for good prices, for example 1pintxo with 1 good glas wine (crianza) cost 3€. Or you can trink young wine for only 1 € the glas!
Crianza wine was elaborated partially in barrel.
Favorite Dish: Big scampi with vegetables or octopus with potatos
To taste the local specialities, go to Laurel street and around. There are many bars where you can try good tapas with a short glass of wine of beer.
As every bar has its own specialities, I recommend a pilgrimage from bar to bar to taste some of them: pork ear, stuffed peppers, potatoes Rioja style, red beans with chorizo, bacalao Rioja style, and so many other!