In Plaza de San Agustín opposite the XVII century Church of Our Lady of Vitoria is the "blind" door of the former convent of the Order of the Minimos and this Bar-Café, where you can taste the richest Churros of the province. Inside there is a spacious living room but it is much more pleasant (if there is room) to breakfast or have an aperitif on the terrace. The square where the cafeteria is located is busy, being one of the main streets leading to the city center, and distraction is assured with the comings and goings of pedestrians. The churros are made from typical Andalusian dough, a crispy outside and almost hollow inside. You can ask for rations and a "wheel" that are always freshly made, they cut the amount you order.