We reached a little late so all dishes were not available anymore but we could still try around 8 and we got delicious (free) bread slices during the dinner. Everything was good, but don't expect to find anything light here, everything is cooked with oil, fried, stir-fried... Nevertheless tasty! It's a tapas place, so it is expected to order and share all dishes.
The owner is Spanish but speaks also French, which would please potential French customers and the chef is Spanish.
Be careful the place is very very small, roughly the size of a studio, so I advice you to book before going!
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