Incredibly overpriced food that looked and tasted cheap. Mediocre service. Would not go back. I'm sure there are many places that serve much better migas at a more reasonable price.
We opted for the lunch menu (9,90€) which included a migas plate (sort of seasoned breadcrumbs with different toppings), a second course, a dessert, bread and a drink (wine, beer or water). Since my boyfriend didn't like any of the migas that were part of...More
This is a spot for the locals to meet and enjoy their mid-day meal. They boast of the best mijas, and we enjoyed our. The house red wine was very smooth.
What a cute little place and the server was so friendly. They speak Spanish here bit they do have an English menu. You can get migas any way you like it (including without meat). We tried chorizo (sausage) for one and fried egg (huevo frito)...More
You will not find this restaurant unless you are searching for authentic local dishes. We struggled with the Spanish, but a patron translated, and we had a nice mixture of fast and fresh dishes.....but try the dessert......"gypsy arm" with chocolate. Unbelievable!!
This place offers maybe some of the best migas around Zaragoza. Here you can try the traditional migas with raisin, which is the way how they traditionally prepare them in this region of Spain. Apart from thus type, lots of ingredients, some of them surprising,...More
I went to this restaurant after reading about it on a famous travel guide, I was really curious to try the typical "migas". It's not easy to describe this typical dish of Aragon, it's something you have to try yourself... and you won't regret it!...More
An interesting meal given that its breadcrumbs! We first saw this place visited by Simon Calder the travel journalist - if you're thinking of visiting Zaragoza google his youtube guide including this place. A cheap and very filling meal. As a party of 10 between...More