We passed by this on our first day and noted that it was a sherry bar. Ok we wanted to try the sherries, so when it started raining we went in. We had 2 of the 8 or so varieties of Sherry and the 'owner' was very helpful (even if it was time for him to head home).
He spoke no English, but brought up a translation page on his computer and then showed up, very proudly the food selection he had as images. The food looked great, so that evening we returned.
Well we tried all the varieties of Sherry, but our host was right about which we would enjoy the most. The food was excellent, and all made at the restaurant. Recommended for a good meal/night out and great chance to discover the varieties of Sherry.
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