Nice place closed to Calle Princesa.
Saturday night, 9pm, we did not book and were a table of 5; we were warmly welcomed.
No menu but nice choice of "combinados" and "embotidos caseros"; 2 sets of friends tried 2 different fondues and I picked "el plato cua curta".
Both fondues were fine (despite lack of bread; we had to ask thrice); very nice tartare.
Though it's indicated (small characters on the bottom of the menu) we were not aware we would be charged for dishes &bread (1.30€pp; which is rather unusual in BCN).
I ordered some "pan con tomate" to eat with my "plato cua curta" and got 5 peaces; each pan was charged 0.80€....I ordered one set not 5..! ;-(
In total we were supposed to pay 10.50€ for bread... which was either not fresh/tasty or not ordered... After short discussion we eventually got some discount... ;-)
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