I think some people go upstairs to eat, but we preferred to sit down in the bar, watching the wait staff carefully carve the incredible jamon. There's a ton of activity, and it's noisy -- which we loved. We recommend the jamon and a small serving of tetilla cheese. The pan con tomate is the best I've ever had. Do NOT miss it. If you don't like tomato, then get the pan con ajo (with garlic) because it's excellent, as well. We also got some sauteed mushrooms, which were very good, as well, but you'd be set if you just got jamon, tetilla, and bread.
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