El Rincón de Aragón

restaurants / Spanish

Lonely Planet review

The decor here is basic and the food stripped down to its essence, but the dishes are top-notch and ideal for finding out why people get excited about Aragonese cooking. One house speciality is the ternasco asado con patatas a la pobre (roasted lamb ribs with 'poor man's potatoes'). If you're feeling hungry, this and other local dishes usually appear on the four-course menú Aragonés (€19.90), which is a great order. The restaurant is in the covered lane between Calle de Santiago and Plaza del Pilar.