Six of us (five adults and one baby) visited here for tapas last month. We had red wine and the fried potatoes with fried eggs which were very good. The restaurant behind the bar seemed to be nearly full, with Spaniards rather than tourists and that is usually a good sign. Apparently the owner is the same as that of Casa Lucio which is a more expensive venue. I can't comment on the price as one of my companions paid for the tapas.
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