It's an excellent restaurant with old bodega style atmosphere thanks to ancient terracotta pots and decanters which litter the dining area walls .The walls are full of wine bottles.the staff was nice and helpfull to suggest traditional dishes. . The wine list is excellent full of quality wine from Spain. The menu offers a great choice of the best Spanish Catalan cusine, from fish "bacalao" to sausages chorizos and ham Jamon, quesos cheese and different kind of tapas. Excellent was the bacalao salad , the chorizos in cuban style, and like dessert fresh cheese with honey, almonds, pine kernels and raisins. they served Pan y Tomate with huge slides of baked bread. We drank an excellent Rioja reserva red wine. It was a kindly nice experience out of the tourist routes... dont miss it.
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