After traveling from U.S. to Spain & taking a train from Malaga, we finally arrived at our final destination thinking we would only need 1 drink and a quick tapas. However, this place rejuvenated our desire to search out local cuisine & refreshed us for the evening. Upbeat, locals place (it seemed). Stand to eat with overflow to the streets. Closed at owner's whim (it seems) or we weren't familiar with Sevilla closing times. Kitchen, bar & service area all in one 5'x3' corner with the walls covered in frames that definitely passes the time if the people watching isn't good.
If it hadn't closed, we probably would've stayed longer. Suggest the Pinas Alinas - potatoes with tuna & olive oil (spanish tapa twist on nicoise) and the montadito of roquefort & chorizo
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