On the way to a concert at 9pm. Just stopped in. Good vermouth and tapas was tasty. Try the eggplant with honey.
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Very authentic small tapas bar with excellent traditional tapas - from blood sausage with onions, Iberian ham, chorizo, manchego, etc. ...
We were actually waiting for the restaurant across the road to open and visited this lovely little bar almost by accident. The proprietor made us very welcome and although we enjoyed just a couple of drinks, we were able to admire the wide selection of...More
A terrible quality of service, the waitress does not speak english and did not even understand What I was saying... A terrible food what. It was the worst restaurant in whole my life In short, I don't recommend this restaurant
A great in Barcelona for tapas. They are fresh, different and served by the gran ma or the daughter. A mix of people from Barcelona and foreigner. Good ambiance !
We appreciate this small place and the food, 5 montaditos and a portion of patata brava, with a tasty small beer. The price of the coupon was honest and the staff kind.
I found this place quite by accident while wandering the alleys in Barcelona's Gothic quarter. It's in a by-lane near the old cathedral. The bar makes its own vermouth and you can pick up a bottle to bring back home; it's quite cheaply priced but...More
The family have three bars in this street, all by the same name serving their own vermut from a tap. Add some great tapas and you are in for the real catalan experience.
Stopped by for some quick tapas and they were delicious. My favorite was the eggplant. The owner said she made great sangria so I had to have a glass. I must say I agree with her - wonderful sangria! The place is cozy and has...More