A good option if you’re visiting this delightful town where Cervantes, the most famous of all Spanish writers, was born in 1547, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1998. In a central location next to the Salón Cervantes theatre, Ambigú will impress visitors with its self-confident, fresh and informal feel, where the open-view kitchen is visible from the dining room and the service is highly professional. The contemporary cuisine on offer is light, young and unusual, with international dishes and ingredients from South America and Asia adding to the fusion feel on the menu.
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