La Tieta is a just a place with a marble bar that's full of good wines and bottles of vermouth, where they happen to know what they're doing when they pull a draught beer, and you can drink your choice on a lovely terrace. You won’t find any staples on the wine list – this week they’re in love with Mallorcan wine, and next week they’re crazy about Galician varieties. This good practice also applies to food: there’s nothing unusual here, no secret, just good traditional cuisine made from fresh ingredients and with skill and enthusiasm. You might get marinated mackerel with citrus as well as phenomenal 'conservas' – tins of delicious seafood and veg. Let yourself be surprised by small plates such as the veal stewed with 'turrón', or gorgeous 'migas' with 'sobrassada' sausage and brie. If you're in the mood for something stronger, they also have a sturdy menu of classic cocktails.