This is the first tapas bar I tried in Barcelona, hungry and jet lagged after an over night flight from the US. A fellow patron at the bar explained to me that the tapas served here are in the Basque tradition. At any rate , three tapas I tried, all served on olive infused toast, very fair to excellent. The San Fermin, fried chicken and green sweet pepper, just fair, nothing special. The jamon one was good, but a bit salty, while the gamba, mushroom and jamon was excellent. The house wine, a simple Spanish white was also good. I found the service to be quick and friendly, unlike what other writers had reported here, and the price for seven tapas plus three glasses of house wine reasonable at 13 euros. I would go back.
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