Just off San Bernardo, this successful spot has great prices and fantastic food. Instead of offering a huge menu-del-día that you can’t finish, they have several dishes per day depending on the season and the Chef’s mood. On the regular menu, try the Tuscon burger that has avocado and goat cheese.
The tapas are great too, I’ve tried the spicy sliders (little hamburgers) that were great, and at brunch on Saturday, Sunday and now Friday, they have the regular favorites like french toast and eggs benedict.
See their website for daily specials and events like “intercambio” nights when you can practice your Spanish (or English) with someone and enjoy a € 1 bellini.