There's a great atmosphere in this small local bar - mainly frequented by locals, but everyone is welcome! The owner is gregarious and you may well find him singing along with the old TV shows being played from DVD. Don't expect a quiet night out as it's small and usually very busy, but that only adds to the great atmosphere. The tapas dishes are pretty good as far as grilling, decanting from a jar or microwaving goes, with the usual excellent hams and prawns that you'd expect from this part of Spain - just don't expect gourmet offerings and you won't be disappointed. You can have a great night out here with good food an drink and it won't break the bank either.
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