Tucked away behind the cathedral, this small, modern restaurant justifies Murcia's fame as tapas capital of the southeast. Young local chef Sergio Martínez takes a creative stance on local cuisine in both the bite-sized tapas (from €1.60), such as ham croquettes or sweet and sour cod bites, and the larger main courses. Highlights here include tuna steak with wasabi sauce and red curry chicken spring rolls. Try the excellent-value menú del día (€12, available at lunchtime Tuesday through Friday), which includes a dish of the day—possibly Murcian stew with chickpeas or a lamb roast—a choice of a main dish, and dessert. The Tapas Menu (€22) includes the chef's choice of six tapas plus dessert.