Casa de Sefarad
In the heart of the Judería, and once connected by tunnel to the Sinagoga , the Casa de Sefarad is an interesting museum is devoted to...
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Casa Mazal information
A meal here makes a fine complement to the nearby Casa de Sefarad museum, as it brings the Sephardic tradition to the table, along with some andalusí (Moorish) dishes. Sephardic cuisine has diverse roots in Al-Andalus, Turkey, Italy and North Africa, with such varied items as Syrian lentil-and-rice salad, an array of couscous options, and seniyeh lamb pie on the menu.
There are regular recitals of Sephardic, andalusí or early Spanish music too.