What a place for tapas. It was recommended by the concierge at the Gran Melia Colon and I wasn't sure what to expect. However this is a proper locals' place. The staff don't speak English and they're not interested in tourists. Perfect!
Find a seat and order at the bar. I recommend getting a couple of drinks and watching what comes out of the kitchen and then pointing and saying "give me that one". We had about 5 tapas each including bacalao pil-pil, fish albondigas, bacalao croquettes, and two rounds of ham and cheese croquettes. The house wine is superb; no need to order fine wine here.
If you are eating in the evening get there after 10pm and take your time; just like the locals.
Oh yeah, it's cheap as chips as well.
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