We chose from the tapas menu rather than the alternative of steaks. There was a decent selection at a cost of about €6 per tapa. For two of us we had olives followed by two vegetable, two fish and two meat tapas at a cost of €40. The grilled sepia was excellent - firm but nor chewy and with just a touch of charring on the outside - also the wrinkled potatoes were notable. The house wine - a temporanilo at €18 per litre - was very drinkable and decent value but the main wine list was expensive with an Alborino at €37 and Faustino I at €51.The setting is pleasant and the staff extremely charming albeit slightly chaotic.
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