This is a reconverted tapas bar aiming more toward a restaurant. It still has some tall tables & chairs and then at the back proper seating tables. They serve tapas and "llauna" (tin can) appetizers, wines and spirits, with some good dishes like the bonito de atun (tunafish) a la plancha with an aubergine purée which is very good. Seafood appetizers are also very nice. A bit pricey for the size of the servings.
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