Galician and mediterranean cuisine with a lot of heart in a charming atmosphere, spiced with the best cocktails and the music than we love.
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Open Hours:

  • Mon

    19:00 - 01:00, 00:00 - 01:00, 13:30 - 16:00

  • Tue

    00:00 - 01:00, 19:00 - 01:00

  • Wed

    00:00 - 01:00, 19:00 - 01:00

  • Thu

    00:00 - 01:00, 19:00 - 01:00, 13:30 - 16:00

  • Fri

    00:00 - 01:00, 19:00 - 01:00, 13:30 - 16:00

  • Sat

    00:00 - 01:00, 19:00 - 01:00, 13:30 - 16:00

  • Sun

    00:00 - 01:00, 19:00 - 01:00, 13:30 - 16:00

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Reviews

  • 5
    - 25 October 2016 -

    Delicious local food in a cosy ambient. Very friendly english speaking personnel.

  • 4
    - 17 September 2016 -

    We ordered the beef fillet starter and black rice main. Very good taste and very confortable environment!

  • 5
    - 30 August 2016 -

    Beautiful place for a romantic dinner with excellent seafood. Be sure to reserve. Good quality food and drinks, but not cheap.

  • 3
    - 25 August 2016 -

    Luckily we got to sit in the bar, which was a lot visually nicer that the packed brickwalled inner part of the restaurant. It was also not nearly as hot and humid as further in. We initially treat ourselfs with a Blackberry Mojito, which is as nice as it sounds, even though we had just the same cocktail at a nearby places the night before. When the starters arrive we are impressed - the chevice is among the better we've tried in Spain and the tuna tartar is very tender, but could have tasted slightly more. Sadly, almost all of the he main courses have the same problem - a lack of taste. Sure, the meat is tender and the seafood tastes of sea but there is something lacking. The dishes doesn't visually 'pop' or stand out as they should at a restaurant that wants to be regarded as hip and fancy. The meat actually looks more like the chef has a case of a bad stomach, which we all have a good laugh about, soothing our disappoint with the lack of taste. The chocolate dessert sadly further makes us believe that the kitchen have eaten sometimes upset upsetting yesterday - all though it is dense in its chocolate taste it looks like the impersonation of 50 shades of brown. All together, the place got potential, but needs to aim for the same level of presentation and tasteiness for the mains as they do for the starters.

  • 4
    - 05 May 2016 -

    This place reminds me of some of the restaurants in NYC in regards to the type of food. The size of the dishes are larger portion and is reflected in the higher prices. The staff here speak English, so communication will not be a problem. You should make a reservation in advance. The place really doesn't take walk-ins except in bar. Call ahead which is simple. The location has a romantic setting and not too noisy and crowded like some of the tapa places we've been eating at. Its a nice change. Place also doesn't serve tap water so you will get the bottled water. Food: Appetizers: Ceveche - this was good. Fish with citrus and pineapple bits Tuna Tartar - Slightly above tuna tatar. Main: Ravioli with Foie gras - I've never had ravioli with foie gras. This was a light dish and was very tasty. Highly recommended Lamb - slow cooked lamp. This was tasty but after two appetizers and Ravioli I was stuffed. The bill about 64 euros, which was more than most of our other meals.

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