We tried the bar area which is frequented by locals. It's a sort of oval wooden bar, waiters in middle, as well as a display of fresh daily fish where they take the fish from to cook it as you order. Note there are no seats, standing room only, so arriving before the locals eat is probably a good idea. Staff were not terribly friendly but they were professional and efficient. Food is good, and you can try a few dishes that are different to standard tapas fare, same kitchen as restaurant, and you can even share some restaurant dishes if you wish. The "fishballs" were delicious, as was one of the meat stew dishes (although cannot remember exact name). The tortillitas de camarones (shrimp fritters) are very good. It is pricier than other places - that is just because of its nature - but not unreasonable at the bar. It's a good option to try a few different good tapas dishes, but if you want to sit down and relax, other places will suit better. You could always come here for a drink and couple of dishes and then go elsewhere! It's perhaps not a "very good" but is is more than "average", I think TA need a "good" rating!
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