This small venue is OK for a quick lunch if you are in the area, but not worth a special trip.
We both had the "formula" of two tapas served with potatoes. The meat balls were very good, the sardines were very tasty as was the tuna, although the latter was served with the same sauce as the meatballs. I tried a new (to me) French beer named desperados which I deemed better than Corona, the Mexican legend.
Service by Miky was prompt and efficient, but we were one of only two tables occupied at 13:15 on a Saturday. Restaurants along the street were packed, because of a street market that was in full swing.
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