Cute little tapas bar with limited outdoor seating, we were lucky enough to snag a table, as they don’t take reservations for groups of less than 4. Service was great, very efficient and eager to recommend dishes and drinks. We had 6 tapas in total: we really enjoyed the bacon and dates on crusty bread, the aubergines with molasses was fantastic, as was the baby bean salad with quails eggs. The pan amb tomaquet was also subtle and nice, the Iberian shoulder was ok, and the mallorquina, which is a black sobressada, was pretty good. It’s not traditional tapas, but a modern take on tapas and dinner for 2, which included 3 alcoholic drinks, came to 45 Euros. Worth a try, sitting at the bar seemed like fun if you can’t get a table outside
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