Fodor's Expert Review Los Victorinos

$$ Zaragoza Tapas

Named after a much-feared and respected breed of fighting bull, this rustic tavern, located behind La Seo, is heavily adorned with bullfight-related paraphernalia. It offers an elaborate and inventive selection of pinchos and original tapas of all kinds. Jamón ibérico de bellota (acorn-fed Iberian ham), Spain's best-known luxury food, is always a natural choice, though quail eggs or the classic gilda—olives, green peppers, and anchovies on a toothpick—are also on the bar and hard to resist. It opens at 7 pm.

Tapas Lively Dinner Quick Bite $$

Quick Facts

Calle José de la Hera 6
Zaragoza, Aragon  50001, Spain


Known For:
  • Iberian ham
  • Gilda (olives, green peppers, and anchovies)
  • Lively atmosphere
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed 2 wks in May. No lunch weekdays. No dinner Sun. Closed Mon.

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