Casa Mazal Review
In the heart of the Judería, this pretty little restaurant serves a modern interpretation of Sephardic cuisine, with organic dishes that are more exotic than the usual Andalusian fare. The many vegetarian options include berenjena timbal (eggplant and tomato "pie"), and the cordero especiado (spiced lamb) and pollo a la miel (chicken with honey, dates, and raisins) are delicious. Try a bottle of kosher wine, and for dessert consider the rose mousse or ginger ice cream. The romantic atmosphere is compounded by two violinists playing Sephardic music on the patio.