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 dripping with taurine paraphernalia. It offers an elaborate and inventive selection of pinchos and tapas. Jamón ibérico de bellota (acorn-fed Iberian ham), Spain's culinary crown jewel, is a no-brainer, though quail eggs or the classic gilda—olives, green peppers, and anchovies on a toothpick—are also on the bar and hard to resist. 

Tapas Lively Dinner Quick Bite $$

Quick Facts

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


Known For:
  • Melt-on-your-tongue Iberian ham
  • Zippy one-bite gildas (pickled brochettes)
  • Lively old-school atmosphere
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Mon.–Wed., No dinner Sun.

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