Los Victorinos is one of the most highly recommended tapas bars in Zaragoza. In the time it took to take a two minute walk around the block and back down the tiny lane way hiding this gem, waiting for it to open it opened and was half full with locals.
The heads of several bulls look down from the walls little brass plaques listing their names, fighters under each.
Every tapas looked delicious so we just picked the first four that were on the bar in front of us. These were whipped away and quickly heated before being presented for our appreciation.
Jamon with morels and foie is sweet and earthy.
Goats cheese slowly melted over more jamon with a sweet pepper relish.
Two types of cheese melted over pork crackling. Wtf ?? Seriously. Just too awesome.
A croquette? of mushrooms with foie.
After the success of our first choices we had to try another couple.
We return for another morel and foie combo.
As well as two types of porky goodness with a fried quails egg.
The whole bar was so much win we could have easily stayed the whole night through but there was so much of Zaragoza to see and such little time ...
Calle de José de la Hera, 6