According to the sign by the door, this tavern was once an old cellar and it is decorated as such, with large earthenware wine jars that are still on show reminiscing past times. Its modern name comes from the photos that line the walls, depicting Spanish traditional copla singers. The establishment spreads out over two floors. The first is always packed whilst the lower floor is ideal for celebrating events in a quieter atmosphere.
They serve exquisite traditional dishes to share, most notably potatoes in vinaigrette and lightly cooked Spanish omelette made with soft, new potatoes. Old school flavours.