Totally worth a visit- do come and try the manchego and chorizo! Don't be put off by the spit and sawdust!!!!
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had this recommended. worth it. nice food, rustic interior, but house wines pretty much not worth bothering with - have something better
Stumbled upon this place after strolling the ports. Popped in and were offered the Sunday special 1-Euro Vermouth, a Sunday tradition in Spain. Very tasty! Also enjoyed the cheese toast. Service was excellent.
Ordered 1 euro vermouth and drank 5 of those after the tour of gothic quarter was finished. It's in a very discreet street and frequented by locals - I had chorizo a la sidra and bread as I was not much hungry. A small cheese plate was almost a lunch - will recommend it for all - very reasonable price... More
The staff member there was very friendly and chatted with us (in a mixture of English and Italian), as we had an early dinner and were the only ones in the place. The food was delicious, tapas well sized. They had long benches that would be perfect for a big group. The decorations all over the walls made the atmosphere... More
Been here before and had a good time with nice atmosphere and good staff. On this occasion one of the bar staff was very rude, however the other wasn't. No idea why but half spoilt the visit. Bar is a traditional tasca on C/ Merce and is a sidra bar. The wine selection is pretty decent as well. Hopefully the... More
We wanted a true local tapas experience and found it at this delightful restaurant. All of the food was fantastic, and the flaming chorizo al diablo was a show. This place seemed to have many more locals than tourists, which made the experience even better.