Although it is mentioned in every guidebook, you'll find a mix of locals and tourists at this spot. Make sure to order the pringa (slow cooked meat that is diced finely and used as a spread) and the berejenas con miel (fried egglplant with honey). They keep the tab in front of you written on chalk on the wooden bar top. This is a place where locals come and you may even bump into a few celebrities but don't be fooled because it's in the guidebooks. The food is good and the menu changes depending on the season. There are some staples that are always on the menu but when they sell out they will cross it off the menu since the menu is written on a chalkboard daily. Two people can easily eat 6 tapas shared with drinks and coffee for 20 euros.
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