Located in Cava Baja, one of the most typical tapas streets in the La Latina quarter, this Andalusian tavern is a fun and original place thanks to its decor with a bullfighting and flamenco atmosphere. Its menu highlights southern specialities, such as dried salted tuna from Barbate, pork scratchings from Chiclana, the famous prawns from Huelva, the speciality of the house, and eggs, all served in grey paper, like all of the Andalusian fried food. It also has a variety of dry sherries and manzanillas.
Tues: 7pm - 1.30am, Wed - Thurs: 1pm - 4pm / 7pm - 1.30am, Fri - Sun: Midday - 1.30am
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