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We found this bar tucked away on the corner of a quaint alley and decided to give it a try. We liked its typical Flamenco style and charm; here is a selection of the lunch dishes we ordered;
- Croquettes with ham and Hierbabuena (mint).
- “Revuelto” (scrambled eggs) peppers and chorizo.
- Stuffed mushrooms with cheese and olive oil.
We sat on typical flamenco stools aside a coloured table and ate the meal, accompanied by a tall glass of tinto de verano; red wine filled with ice and topped up by lemon fizz or cream soda water. The waiters were very attentive but in the end we left the place feeling the food was not all that special.