This little old corner bar is steeped in history. Legend has it that tapas were first created here and it dates back to 1670. Huge hams hang from the ceiling, old barrels double as tables and the shelves behind the bar are lined with dusty old sherry bottles.
Tapas here aren’t the best in town, but they’re perfectly fine and the atmosphere is truly unique. The old chaps serving behind the bar are really friendly too. Stand at the bar and they chalk up your tab on the bar top in front of you.
Try the hams and the cheeses which are all really good. Tapa of the day is also pretty tasty too.