Heard about this bar online so called in at lunchtime whilst walking the streets of Seville. Tiny bar with some seating on the pavement. Squeezed in to the bar and ordered beers and took a risk on the tapas. Given a freebie of habas (sort of butter beans). Started with Boquerones Fritas (deep-fried anchovies) and Pavia de Pescado (battered fish). Order shouted through a hatch into the kitchen. They arrived before I'd taken my second sip of beer. Fresh and hot and delicious. Lots of locals dropping in for a drink and tapas. Second beer followed with Pescado Frito (fried fish - not quite as good as the Pavia) and Adopo (don't ask me but it is delicious). Noisy, crowded, real, no pretensions and at the bar the tapas were £1.60 a plate. Try it.
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