We went there twice, once for the pintxos (the word they use in northern Spain for tapas) and once to the restaurant.
The food is delicious and beautifully presented. The servers were efficient and knowledgeable.
In most pintxos bars you have to go to the counter to choose the food, but here you sit down and are brought a menu, which is much more relaxing. There are around 15 items, and we tried them all as there were four of us. They varied from octopus with paprika to ham croquettes, prawns with anchovies, the variety is huge. There is also a trio of desserts. It looks expensive, but actually we had around 4 pintxos each, plus two trio of desserts and paid around 15 euros per head, including the beer.
We enjoyed it so much we returned another evening to try out the restaurant. We arrived at 8.10 and were told that they started serving at 8.30. We decided to have a Cava aperitif while we were waiting, and when the final bill came at the end of the meal, I pointed out that they hadn't put the drinks and the waitress said it was on the house, as we had had to wait!
A few of the dishes on the menu are the same as the pintxos menu, although obviously the portion sizes are bigger, but we tried different things, such as a braised oxtail, and everything we tried was equally delicious.
It wasn't even expensive, as the final bill for four, including wine and dessert cam to around 25 euros per person.
I really can't find fault with this place!
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