Cafetería Torre la Vega
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Lonely Planet review
This is the flop-down lunchtime place that everyone hits in the middle of a sightseeing tour. It's perfectly placed in the middle of the Old Town, with tables spilling onto the street and into a little park opposite. Diners sit with their noses in guidebooks chomping on 'spag bol,' pizza, chicken and sandwiches, none of it particularly expensive.