Tapas in Zaragoza

Casa Lac

The grande dame of Zaragoza dining, Casa Lac opened in 1825 and is reputedly Spain's oldest licensed restaurant. The cuisine today is tastily contemporary whether you go for 'gastro-tapas', a set menu or à la carte.…
Tapas in Zaragoza

Méli Melo

The creative tapas at this tightly-packed spot are arrayed very temptingly along the bar: you can just select those that appeal most, maybe prawn-stuffed squid, or artichoke with ham, or a mini fish-and-shrimp burge…
Vegetarian in Zaragoza


Birosta is an excellent, cooperatively run vegetarian restaurant-cafe-bar with, like most of the Magdalena barrio (neighbourhood) in which it's situated, an alternative, animal-rights, ecological vibe. Lunch is serv…
Tapas in Zaragoza

El Limpia

A tightly squeezed hubbub of a bar where you place your order then wait for the barman's bellow to tell you it's ready. The papapico (minced pork and potatoes in a spicy mojo picón sauce) is celebrated, but there's …
Aragonese in Zaragoza

Los Xarmientos

Aragonese meat dishes are a speciality at this artfully designed restaurant. It styles itself as a parrilla, meaning the dishes are cooked on a barbecue-style grill. It’s a fine place to sample the local ternasco (l…
Cafe in Zaragoza

La Clandestina Café

There's an eye-catching huge pair of red lips painted on one white brick wall, but this place is as much about gastronomy as style, particularly in the brunch (11.30am to 3.30pm, includes a glass of cava) and coffee…
Tapas in Zaragoza

El Ángel del Pincho

A tiny, always busy bar on a tiny lane, El Ángel brings a touch of Japan and Argentina to Zaragoza tapas with delicate tempuras fried up on the spot and tasty empanadas (pastry pies). The options of both are plentif…
Cafe in Zaragoza

Café Nolasco

This stylish, clean-lined spot, overlooking a pretty old-town plaza and with a wall of plants in the front room, fulfils many roles – it's great for breakfasts, tasty lunches, evening drinks in a club/lounge atmosph…
Churros in Zaragoza

Churrería la Fama

La Fama is the place in Zaragoza to enjoy churros (deep-fried ­doughnut-like sticks beloved throughout Spain) dipped in a glass of thick hot chocolate.
Tapas in Zaragoza

Casa Pascualillo

The bar groans under the weight of prepared tapas including many varieties of montado (bread slices with assorted toppings) while other offerings are made to order, including the speciality revueltos de ajos tiernos…