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We went for lunch and were told by the waiters that their speciality was their anchovy tapas and that we had to try it, he kindly recommended a couple of ones and we needed up ordering he same twice as their tapas were so delicious...More
I have seen this place before, but up to now, I have the opportunity to taste the pintxos. This was because is a busy place to enter with a 22-month-old baby. I order a glass of txakoli, an order of fried potatoes (which were fried...More
The speciality of the house is anchovy pintxos. Order the one you fancy and they are prepared freshly, marinated in a secret family recipe and simply arranged on a warm slice of baguette and topped with everything from spider crab, sea urchin roe and black...More
This is a small place that was recommended to us by a local... Pintxos were on the bar AND available from a menu. The bartender spoke orders into a funky speaker system and beautiful anchovies appeared from a kitchen on the other side of a...More
We wanted to try this place following great reviews from TripAdvisor and also the hotel had recommended the anchovies. Our expectations were exceeded with the delicious tapas and the really friendly and helpful staff. I have had more anchovies in the last week than i...More
I was very reluctant to go there because I am not - at all - a fan of anchovies.
But let me tell you - I . change my mind.
It was mindblowing... so so good!!
Pintxo of anchovies and coconut !? sounds strange right?...More
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As everybody says, go there at early hours and avoid peak time, such as after 20.30. In any case, if there are already many people, just ask the people inside how to manage to have something, as they are usually very kind... More
As everybody says, go there at early hours and avoid peak time, such as after 20.30. In any case, if there are already many people, just ask the people inside how to manage to have something, as they are usually very kind and many speak English. This is a part of enjoyment of touring the bars in San Sebastian. Enjoy it!