Great place....definitely worth a visit, tapas is amazing, fresh and tasty . The staff are friendly and accommodating. The wine and lager, well there is a good choice...its a great place to start or end an evening.
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Another great recommendation from the Apartments where we were staying. Visited Casa Manteca twice - once for a lazy late lunch and then for a food on a Saturday night. Good range of traditional tapas, popular with locals and visitors alike. We sat outside at...More
Very much worth a visit. Get there soon after 8 30 if there are more than 2 of you. It gets busy. Barman very helpful in recommending local specialties. I recommend carne al horno (cold roast pork) and morcilla de hìgado (black pudding with liver)...More
This place was packed out, noisy and a lot of fun! We just drifted in but quickly felt welcome and were able to connect with loads of locals who advised on food and drink choices. It’s not a good place for quiet conversation, but is...More
Came for lunch because of the reviews. Well worth the long walk ( we read the map wrongly!) It was busy but we were able to find a table. Enjoyed meijelliones, albondigas and of course the chicharrones, washed down with a couple of glasses of...More
Don’t be scared by the small size and busy nature of this place - it’s a typical local bar, so sit and stand wherever you can find a spot and enjoy good beer, wine and tapas. There are plenty of wines and spirits to choose...More
This is a small local, traditional style tapas bar that is worth going out of your way for if you are in this area of the city. Great, cheap place to drop in for a quick beer and a pile of chicharonnes!
We decided to visit this place after seeing Rick Stein visit during his TV programme, we loved it so much we returned the next day with friends, Traditional is an understatement dating back to 1953 with the walls adorned by photographs and posters of Bullfighters...More