I have just arrived in Spain as an Erasmus student hoping to learn Spanish, and I came here with my parents on Trip Advisor reccommendations. We arrived at the Antillano Campos Bar for about 8:30 and went upstairs to the restaurant area, believing that they sold tapas there. We found out that they did not, and we were taken to a room over the road where tapas is served. It was empty, so we decided to go the nearby Las Golondrinas Bar II. The poor waiter had been following us around with the little free bread basket, but he was very accommodating and friendly, explaining the speciality dishes to us in English where my Spanish failed. At Bar Las Golondrinas II, we sat at the only spare table, which was very low, and the second a higher table became free, we were transferred. The waiters were very attentive and friendly again. We order the garlic mushrooms, cheese board and roasted pork and lamb, and also 'pisto con bacalao', but without the cod. The pisto and the mushrooms were definitely the favourites. I would reccommend this place for a friendly, chilled out atmosphere and lovely, accommodating staff.
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