Because every tapasbar can be made or broken by the bartender, we went twice. Just for drinks and some tapas. Not special but still very nice.
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The special of the day was quite nice, and the price paid was very good deal, 14€ each, including a jug of excellent wine from La Rioja...this is possible only in Haro! Food was very tasty, service was fast even with the bar full, the dessert one of my favorites quince cheese & cheese. You can be sure about this... More
Went in, not busy........managed to order some tapas - owner walked away without offering a drink! Went back to bar and was ignored whilst he chatted to locals. Food arrived and still no offer of drink. Left a sour taste but rest of town way ahead and welcoming without extensive tourist menus. Too easy to make money in a tourist... More
We have visited this place a couple of times, both for tapas. It provides a good selection of Rioja wines and a variety of excellent tapas. I had a stew of something to do with meat but, hey, it was good, even if I couldn't identify it. A popular tapas is fried jamon and cheese on toast. Good and filling... More
Despite the reviews, we stopped by for pinchos/tapas during a busy day in Haro. The tapas were good enough, the stuffed peppers were wonderful. We actually received a great service- they made a mistake with our order, we returned the peppers after a bite as they brought the hot ones instead of sweet and we did not get charge. I... More
Despite the number of poor previous reviews we found actually found it quite reasonable and good value. 14 euros for the days menu and three courses including a pitcher of very drinkable house wine. My wife had white asparagus with a green salad and sour cream followed by stuffed peppers which she thought were very good while I opted for... More
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