Very disappointing Tapas for lunch. Meatballs were out of a tin, calamari cooked in old oil at too low temperature, tortilla was days old and dry.
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If you are in the area and want an authentic Spanish restaurant this is the place to go: good location(in the harbour), good selection of tapas, large sizes and you hate to wait a bit for the food (proof that everything is cooked from scratch)....More
We spent a pleasant evening eating tapas at this bar. Spanish family looked after us. So welcome when everything seemed so German in Colonia Sant Jordi. We expect to grapple with a foreign language when on holiday but in Spain it should be Spanish not...More
Ordered tapas lunch around 12.30 today and the food and dining experience was very poor. The meatballs were obviously microwaved, potato salad was poor and Spanish omelette was stale. No bread or accompaniments offered during meal. The teenage waiters weren't interested and avoid eating tapas...More
We went our last day and the worse experience after two weeks in Colonia. We "ate" tapas (I don't know their other food) and it was a bad experience from beginning. The waiter didn't take the order properly (didn't know the difference between tapa and...More
The 12 Euro menu of the day takes some beating. On our visit we had cannelloni and a whole fish followed by cheesecake. All substantial portions with wine and water. We have paid more for the desserts alone! Nice location and friendly service too
The Argentinian management does things in style - down to earth and very friendly. Did not eat there, but the snacks looked nice!
Friendly and welcoming service, the food is excellent, try the pinchos, salt fish with honey, if you want to spoil yourself talk to them about getting a lobster