We stumbled upon Mescladis randomly and were immediately taken it by all of the awesome artwork and mis-matched chairs and tables. We decided to stay for a drink and after seeing the menu decided to order some food -- a goat cheese and aubergine coca (flat bread) and an assortment of marinated olives. Upon further research, I found that the restaurant was part of the social/economic project to give immigrants equal job opportunities. The service was a bit slow (it was pretty busy) but also, service in Spain tends to be slow anyways. Recommended for delicious food, hanging out on a relaxing weekend with a glass of organic wine and helping a good cause!
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