High quality local products with modern and stylish presentation. Not cheap, but very reasonable prices for quality, service and location.
There were a few interesting things on the menu, but my lamb was cold and dry. It almost seemed like it had been cooked the previous day and reheated. My wife was not impressed with her meal either. Between that and the mediocre service, I'd...More
We went to have a drink on Friday afternoon. Good place to have a beer or a wine and eat some of their pintxos. Good service.
We made a beeline both evenings that we were in Tarazona for the Cafe Amadeo, which is the downstairs space of Saboya 21. In addition to good Campo de Borja red wine (try the Pagos de Moncayo), there is excellent tapas. We made a meal...More
We had a weekend menu in Saboya 21 and found it quite good. Both first and second dish were well cooked and tasty, even do the quality of the meat was just sufficient. Service a bit slow.
You access Saboya 21 through a bar (lively, by the way, next time I'll try that one as well) and up one floor. Elegant setting, very kind waiter and abundant, tasty food. I tried Cecina with pepper (order the half portion for one person, more...More
Visited Saboya at the recommendation of the local hotel. We were late arriving even by Spanish standards, not sitting down til after 22:30, but the restaurant was empty so they could easily accommodated the 9 of us. The service was a little on the slow...More