Good pinxtos and good service. We only went to bar for a beer a few bites so did not try the hot dishes they are famous for. The interior is very traditional with tile walls and classic bar area.
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A complete rip-off! Terrible, soggy squid dumped on the plate, thin tasteless beer, grumpy staff, a truly dreadful 'fish kebab'. The sort of place that knows most of the customers won't be back because it's such a tourist trap, so thinks it can get away...More
We just had a couple of pintxos there, but they were good, and the ración of tigres (mussels in tomato sauce) was very good.
A restaurant overlooking a lovely square where you can sit, eat and watch the world go by. Food is above average with both normal starters, mains and deserts as well as Pintxos ( don't call it tapas here).
Delicious and great selection of pintxos. Fried calamari was fantastic - lightly fried and tender. Maybe the best I have had. Service was friendly though slow. Grab a seat facing the square and you won't mind a small wait!
very – perhaps too –popular. Good location and service seemed efficient. That said it does not stand out in a crowd.