Not going to say this was the game changer - we had tried so many Tapas venues but so many of the venues are so small it is nigh on impossible to get in
If you are going to go get in before 9 as that is when the locals pile in, to see the locals says a lot as that is quite an indicator
Wouldn't say it's classical tapas, pancake with cheese and ham (bit like a sausage shaped findus pancake for example
The mains were the winner - i had the pigs cheeks, the sauce was over salty but not horrendously so - the Rosada similarly was a little salty but without doubt the winner was the pork shoulder stone baked, not only was the port deliciously cooked ( to your liking as you can pull it from the stone when ready) but so simple - worked out €40 less than we'd paid at a place in the square near the cathedral when we were struggling to get our bearings so well worth a visit, start here, find out where you are and then go from there
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