Find this good Spanish bistro-style restaurant tucked away above the eponymous delicatessen. Many towns cry out for a restaurant of this standard, and for those craving well-cooked Spanish-based dishes, this has become a destination restaurant in the area.
Lunch brings lighter fare both downstairs in the deli café, where you'll find English-style dishes + good all day coffee & cakes.
Upstairs a snapshot from the daily-changing summer menu brought 'Mushroom Croquettes with Crudité'; 'Cold Melon & Carrot Soup with Serrano Ham Fritter' and 'Cod Brandade with Olivada' listed in the starters.
'Rabbit & Duck Fdeua', 'Focaccia with Roasted Aubergine & Goats' Cheese' and Fillet of Plaice with Millefeuille & Romescu' amongst the short list of mains.
The evening brings further kitchen ambitions with maybe 'Roasted Red Peppers with Prunes & Warm Goats' Cheese Crottin'; 'Pig's Trotter in Filo Pastry Cannelloni & Vizcaina Sauce' and 'Grilled Scallops with a Foie Gras Sauce' as starters.
Perhaps 'Spanish Rice with King Prawns'; 'Hake Ajoarriero'; 'Confit of Rabbit with Samfaina' and 'Beef Touredos Chasseur with Potato Purée' as mains.
Puds for both lunch & dinner include the likes of 'Crema Catalana'; 'Coca de Llanvaneras with Chocolate' and 'Lemon Sherbet with Marc de Champagne'.
They often have Tapas evenings - see their website for details.
- Food Style: Spanish
- Lunch: Mon-Sun 12.00-14.30; set L £14.50 (3 courses) plus á la carte; set L Sun £20
- Dinner: Fri & Sat 19.00-22.30; mains about £16 to £22
- Seats: 38
- Wine: a well-chosen list has modest mark-ups
- Wheelchair access: Groundfloor cafe only
- Nearest station: Beccles Rail
- Directions: see the map on this page
- Closed: all Sun, D Sun-Thurs