This somewhat hidden restaurant takes the tapas tradition to a higher level by serving dishes that look absolutely amazing and taste just as good. The service is very good as well and some speak some English. Make sure to reserve a table, otherwise you could get a table across the kitchen which is fine, but not as nice as the other tables. Sundays is closed, unfortunately. We ordered about 3 tapas per person plus dessert, with drinks including abottle of wine we paid about 100 Euro. A very good value for money!
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