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Nice space, friendly staff and a nice menu (mainly tostas and montaditos). A good selection of wines. Overall the evening in el tesorillo was fun, tasty and very affordable. Definitely recommended for tapas / casual dining. We will be back.
The food here is fantastic - intelligent and innovative cooking, combining the best quality artesan products. It provides a change from the typical Spanish fare in a beautiful, friendly environment. We had a splendid experience hope to go back soon!
We were driving through San Lucan and wanted lunch. Saw the reviews in trip advisor and decided to try.
We found El Tesorillo to be exactly as the reviews described.
A. Mainly tapas and toasts
B. Very tasty and interesting combinations
C. Good choice of...More
We walked quite a way to this on the strength of the TripAdvisor reviews. We were surprised to find it practically empty with a menu mainly comprising toasts. Nearby bars offered much more atmosphere, good food, and were busy so we followed our noses. Maybe...More
This is more a wine bar than restaurant. We had plently of a superb red - Quadis Crianza washed down with a few plates of meat and a salad. The service was quick and staff pleasant, although it took us a while to translate the...More
Our favourite town in all of Spain, our sixth visit; so we know places to eat and drink.
This is a great addition - real choice of beers and wines and we tried a bonito tapa, and a Fish Bao; both different, tasty and real...More
The wife and I decided to take a short little trip without the kids down to Cadiz, and one of the days we visited Sanluca de Barrameda.
We had been walking nonstop for the whole morning and just when we most needed it we suddenly...More
This place was the culinary highlight of our trip. In each plate there's so much more research and experimentation compared to the usual tapas places, starting from the homemade marmalades with dry sherry and manzanilla up to the desserts and wines. It's certainly well worth...More