We stumbled upon this restaurant wandering around Haarlem on holiday. The restaurant seems small and compact, without being cramped, and was very busy. We were given a choice of tables and plumped for one overlooking the square outside but upstairs. The waiting staff were helpful and attentive offering to translate the Dutch menu for us. Luckily a smattering of Spanish sufficed. The food when it arrived was well cooked and filling and was plentiful. The tapas was authentic, with the exception of the Patatas Bravas which always comes smothered in some sort of cold sauce, and went down very well. A couple of beers set the meal off perfectly. The bill was satisfyingly reasonable whilst not cheap. Overall a very satisfying experience and a restaurant to be recommended if you are ever in Haarlem.
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