We really enjoyed a variety of different tapas, each one being almost a work of art. I would say that the cuisine is more fusion than Spanish. It is well presented and the service was fast and friendly. For 2 people you would need to order about 5 or 6 tapas at 2.50 each. We shared a lovely dessert, had coffee and water and the bill was only 25 euros.You must try the steak buger,and the ravioli de codillo with mushroom sauce, also the goats cheese and chicken crepe. Yummy! Having said that the menu changes every 5 weeks.The restaurant is not far from the centre and is well worth a visit. I was even given a sauce recipe by Oscar the chef/owner.
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