This is a very nice little tapas bar/restaurant with lots of character, being in an old galleried house. The ground floor has around 10 tables in a little courtyard 10 and there is further seating upstairs which looks down on the courtyard. The decor is nice with beautiful tiles and and posters of bullfighters and flamenco dancers. The atmosphere is very busy with local people as well as tourists and the food is very nice. The waitress is extremely busy but had time to recommend dishes. Our only gripe would be that sometimes dishes got forgotten and delayed. But it was a Sunday, very crowded and she was the only one working so we didn't blame her.
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