La Trucha Restaurant
The restaurant’s name is derived from its specialty, trucha. One visit here and you’ll see why the name is so appropriate. Other masterful dishes include black sausage, the smoked variety plate, Galician ham, fried fish from Malaga style, smoked bacon and fried eggplant. It’s also a great place to include on a tapas crawl. Don’t forget to order a vermouth or a beer. The menu is available in both English and Spanish. The restaurant’s elegant decor is traditional and features many antiques, although you can choose to sit inside or outside. La Trucha is located only a stone’s throw from Santa Ana Square.