As we parked near the Puente de Aragon (or Pont d’Aragó) we wondered where to explore this time? We decided to make our way to an old covered market that is now full of bars and café’s, the Mercado de Colón. It has a bustling atmosphere and is a great meeting place. After a well deserved wine and beer we headed across the Gran Via
Marqués de Tur¡a, towards the Canovas area. Here we walked and took in the ambience finally deciding to eat at a great Spanish Tapas Bar, Rincon de Roberto in Calle Conde Altea. It is well worth a visit. We sat at tables on the pavement the street, the menu was well arranged with a wide selection and the service was excellent. Our palm heart salad, steamed mussels and kidney dish to follow were, should we say exquisite! Oh, and I’m sure you’ll be pleased with the wine menu! del
We’ll definitely be going there again and hope that you do to.