A family owned restaurant, in a tiny road close to the busy pedestrian area. We were welcomed by the young chef, who explained the dishes in details and the origin of the ingredients (all local, plus some are coming from own garden, i.e. herbs). You will taste tapas in a creative design, with well picked combinations of taste, but always based on traditional recipes. We strongly recommend a visit, on top of the excellent cousine the place is also very nicely furbished. A special thanks to the mamma, acting as waiter, she literally cherished us... Fish ceviche and jamon canario top of our choices.
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