Just a short walk from the Plaza la Reina, this restaurant and bar serves a variety of freshly made traditional Spanish tapas. The restaurant’s energetic and informal atmosphere attracts both locals and tourists. As a result, it fills up quickly at night, so be sure to either turn up early or make a reservation if you want to take advantage of the outdoor seating. Choose from tapas like the chorizo cooked in wine, fried calamari, mussels with marinara sauce, wild boar sausage, cheese platters, or a variety of croquettes.
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