The best tapas west of Madrid. We all enjoyed a variety of delicious dishes all small but excelente. Our server was very attentive and the back room atmosphere was good with comfortable sitting.
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We stumbled upon this cosy Tapas bar after our sunset sail from pier 62. The staff are all so friendly and welcoming, the wine is top rated and well priced but the best thing is the delicious and creative Tapas dishes. We chose a couple...More
Just had a couple of glasses of wine here. Lovely small atmosphere, dim lighting, intimate vibe. Would go back.
Authentic Spanish fare, with very good fried eggs, ham, and peas dish. The Tortilla Espanola is one of the best in the city with perfect subtle flavor and consistency. Worth visiting for a glass of red and some tapas.
This place is tiny. They have a couple of big tables for parties of 4+ but everyone else sits in pretty cramped spaces against the wall. We were sat next to the kitchen and had to ask to be moved because of all the noise....More
This is a lovely little tapas restaurant to stop at when you want a satisfying dining experience. The restaurant is spotless, with varied styles of seating available plus a view of a huge artistic mural on the building across the street. The food is excellent...More
I've been here 2x. Once on a date night with my husband. We sat in the charming back room and had a delightful meal and some great wine. The waitress was very nice. The back room is small with communal tables, which is not my...More
We were exploring the area and happened upon Tia Pol. Loved the variety of tapas. All were well executed. Wasn't sure what to expect for a "bocadillo" but loved this tasty, hearty sandwich. (I typically don't eat bread but this was worth it!) Left with...More