One of many restaurants within the Plaza Mayor of the medieval town of Cuenca, Spain is Restaurante El Coto de San Juan. Some refer to it simply as San Juan Plaza Mayor. You won't miss it as soon as you go past the arches into the square.
I had my eyes on Meson Casas Colgadas but that would have set us back 30-35€ each. In comparison, El Coto de San Juan offered Menu del Dia for only 10€ each including primero y segundo plato plus bebida (drink) y postre (dessert).
For bebida, I had my vino. First plate was a choice among paella, callos, caldo and macarones. Second plate was a choice among pescado (fish), calamares, ternera (beef) and cerdo (pork). Salad and bread on the house.
The callos and paella alone would have been a good meal. First time I almost skipped the salad just so I can deal with my second plate of Emperador fish. The calamares was also a generous serving.
But I did pass on the postre (dessert) which was a flan the size of a cup! I gulped my vino and ordered a cafe cortado instead. No charge, because it replaced the postre that came with the meal.
Bill for lunch for two? La Cuenta = 20€ only. No ++. No tax or service charge. Not bad, ei? It may not be the best dining place in Cuenca but for the price we paid, it's not bad at all. I even liked the callos! :-)