This is a very traditional tapas bar. The food was simple and good and reasonably priced. Good portion size too.
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Good service, happy fun staff, really pleasant atmosphere for evening drink and excellent tapas. Gets quite busy but in a good way. So seating can be an issue.
One of those places that draws your attention when you see it but unfortunately when we tried to go, there were no seats available. Usually a good sign, we returned as they opened for the dinner shift and loved it! Had that authentic vibe and...More
Wonderful atmosphere on our lunchtime visit. Great selection of tapas that we enjoyed sitting outside in the sunshine. Definitely worth a visit.
Went for beer & tapas at lunchtime. Excellent range of tapas. We had selection of porks & cheeses, served on grease proof papaer. Gets very busy so get there early & menus in English, French, German & Italian as well as Spanish. Probably my favourite...More
We saw this place on Rick Stein's Cadiz long weekend and couldn't resist once we'd taken a peak inside; crammed with atmosphere, and local characters, as well as tourists, it overflowed with quintessential ambience. Managed to grab a corner table, the barman's attention and the...More
Tiny back street bar. Everything was wonderful i just wished you didn't have to perch on a stool to eat, i hate that. I think Rick Stein called it 'the house of lard'. Smashing
Following one of my favourite chefs Rick Stein, went in here had the Chicharonnes , ( thinly sliced belly pork), served on greasproof paper delish. Atmosphere buzzing, very lucky to get a seat. Would have stayed longer but so busy, worth a visit.
We (and lots of other tourists!) packed into this wonderful tapas bar for dinner, and tremendously enjoyed ourselves. The gents behind the bar are working at double-speed to bring out plates of lovely food and glasses of beer to the masses. We managed to get...More