Each dish came up, fresh and hot where relevant. The olives were the best we have tasted, fat and juicy. The sardines were delicious and the ham was, as expected, succulent. The prices are a little high but I suppose you get what you pay for. We had a great Rioja to drink. The only downside was that they were extremely busy and what with the numerous staff milling around we felt somewhat overcrowded and almost overwhelmed . Not a place to spend the evening but for a couple of hours eating and drinking, it was pleasant.
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