Typical and lively bar for tapas in Zaragoza.All the stuff is pretty nice. The place is decorated with bull heads hanged on the wall...this is the bad point...
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Found it on Google. A tiny little place down a tiny little alleyway. A few seats outside give it away. Takes a bit of effort to locate even using Google maps. Quite simply the best tapas in Zaragoza. A vast array of extremely high quality...More
The place is a traditional little place ( standing rather than sitting) but it clearly surprises with its special tapas. The variety is not big ( you can see everything on the bar) but the flavours are simply amazing and the sizes bigger than normal....More
This was a fabulous experience for my wife and I on our first evening in Zaragoza. As usual we used TripAdvisor for recommendations for somewhere to eat and think this fine establishment should be much higher in the pecking order. The variety and quality of...More
Very special. The 2.8e pinxtos are arguably the best in town. Its a beautiful room too. The owner is very engaging. He plays good nostalgia music. All ~ 20 items they offer are unique and significantly advanced over the average place in town. Huge selection...More
Small bar in an even smaller side street near La Seo cathedral. The tapas are absolutely world class. The bar is usually packed, but since foreigners are hungry ahead of the locals you might have a chance. Even the wine selection (by glass) is rich...More
Fantastic tapas in a central and cozy location. The personnel are true heroes because this place is always full, and for good reason! The best place for tapas.
This was one of the best tapas bars we visited. Very busy with locals & almost no where to stand, the food was excellent. The girl serving recommended a wine which was lovely. Wines started at 2 euro per glass. All the food labels were...More