Tucked in a row of tapas restaurants near Plaza Alegria, La Taberna de la Tía Cebolla stands out for their colorful, rustic interior and the waiting crowd of hungry customers. Literally translated as “Auntie Onion’s Tavern,” this popular local spot serves large portions of homemade Spanish food like tuna empanada, stuffed tortillas, and Don Paco canapé filled with pork, cheese, and cayenne peppers. You will also find traditional tapas and raciones like chorizo sausage, meatballs, and ham croquettes to satisfy your hunger cravings. For a princely sum of 2-6 euros per plate, La Taberna de la Tía Cebolla offers a great value for budget-conscious travelers and students.
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