Spanish in Santiago de Compostela

It's hard not to notice Milonga's as you wander round the Old Town. It's big, bright, busy and has two entrances on different streets. It's well worth wandering in for decently prepared, uncomplicated food at fair prices: tortillas, seafood brochettes, salads, fried eggs with ham or chorizo, Galician beef hamburgers and boards of cheese and/or cured meats.