Con Dos Fogones is that rare gem of a restaurant you want to keep forever as your own jealously guarded secret. There are few cities in western Europe where you can get a ten-euro three-course meal as good as this. The Dominican chef conjures up a variety of traditional Spanish food and new takes on classic international cuisine. And eating so cheaply doesn't mean eating in a spit-and-sawdust choked locale either--this restaurant looks as good as its food is great. The food here is the spirit of simple, low-key elegance. For a first course try the gazpacho or the brie tempura, for a main take the swordfish or the duck confit, for a fitting crescendo to your undeniably orchestral meal finish with the tiramisu.
The historic plaza Santa Ana is dominated on one side by the hotel Victoria, traditionally the... Read more