I had their churros with azucar twice in a day, once at 5 pm when they opened and another at 8:30pm. Enough said. <3
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On a street parallel to the Basilica off Alfonso 1 and definitely worth a visit for either breakfast or an afternoon snack if in Zaragoza. You will not be disappointed. Delicious hot chocolate and hot crispy churros - just heaven !! Service was quick and...More
Place is favored by locals and exists for 70 years already. Selection is not large - 2 kinds of churros (thick and thin), 2 kinds of croissant (both great), and some hot drinks. Some tables are outside and you can by from outside as well
We found the place very easy but it was very croweded. We eat 8 pc of churros with chocolate dip and we payed 4,40 Euro. So it’s pretty cheap. They taste good, but it was enough for my whole stay in Zaragoza.
We had an amazing hot chocolate with churros the place was busy with locals, great atmosphere. We still talking about it.
Two tyoes of churros - big and chewy or thin and delicate. The thick and chewy were my favorite. Def a locals spot - lots of folks popping in for their mid morning sugar kick. The chocolate was dark and rich - and amazing to...More
This is the third churreria I tried during my visit to Spain. I really like their chocolate con churros as much as I like the ones served at Chocolateria San Gines and Chocolat both in Madrid. I also really their porras.
Don't bother...staff were very rude and service was poor. Four greasy, straggly churros with a cup of flavor less chocolate. It was fairly busy but full of over weight gossiping old ladies. I have had much better from a vendor in Cambridge. Reputation is not...More