Fodor's Expert Review Tragantúa

$$ Zaragoza Spanish

This rollicking wood-paneled dining room serves surprisingly sublime seafood, cooked a la plancha (on the griddle), al horno (in the oven), or folded into a variety of rice dishes. The beer is fresh and cold, and the house wines, largely from Upper Aragón's envelope-pushing Somontano D.O., are big and bold—and dangerously economical.

Spanish Lively Lunch Dinner $$

Quick Facts

Pl. Santa Marta
Zaragoza, Aragon  50001, Spain


Known For:
  • Excellent house wines
  • Seafood so fresh you might as well be on the coast
  • Comfy dining room
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed last 2 wks in June and 2nd wk in Jan.

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