We stopped in the Taberna La Senia after failing to get a table at a couple of paella places. There wasn't much of a crowd compared to other restaurants which made us feel cautious, but it turned out to be a really nice little place for a lunch. We shared a number of dishes including a charcuterie platter, patatas bravas, and marinated anchovies, along with a pitcher of sangria. Everything was good, served as soon as it was ready so we had a steady stream of dishes to the table.
This was a good classic Spanish lunch in a sunny and friendly space.
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