Had tapas for lunch. Great calamari rings and spicy potatoes. Also very large beers. Great location.
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Plenty of tables available at 6:00PM. Spaghetti and Paella were tasty. However, don’t ask for a martini unless you like it room temperature. The glass was chilled, but the gin and vermouth were poured into the glass straight from the bottles. A single martini consists...More
Location: The Gothic quarter. The place: It's basically a bar with seating inside and out. The goods: We all ordered sangria. It was OK but nothing to write home about. Service: OK. Our waiter wasn't overly friendly or attentive. Price point: I didn't pick up...More
We called in here every day on our recent visit. We never eat here but the food looked okay we just liked the location and drinks.
We stopped here for lunch which was ok. Edible except for the pork kebab which was tougher than the leather on my shoe. The service was good although very rushed. It was ok for a lunch stop. The tapas sizes are huge so maybe check...More
Was impressed by the quality of the food in what appears to be (and is) a very touristy spot. Accommodating to kids and we enjoyed sitting outside on the terrace having a selection of different tapas. Staff friendly and the whole lunch felt reasonably priced.
Went here with friends, didn't have high expectations but I hoped that if the Paella was €20 it would at least be huge (it wasn't) or nice (it wasn't). Also had the prawn meatballs, because I have had Albondigas (meatballs) as a tapas dish in...More