Arume is the gastronomic relative of Cera 23. This is a young Galician restaurant that bucks clichés. They define themselves as Atlantic cuisine, and serve up renovated versions of classic dishes such as 'pulpo a la gallega' (the famous Galician octopus dish), which they prepare with a sauce made of seaweed and crushed garlic and black pepper (winner of the Tapa of the Year 2015 prize). The location has its own story: C/Botella, 13, is where Spanish writer and gastronome Vázquez Montalbán was born (to whom Arume pays tribute), and had also once been the home of Galician restaurant Cau del Padrón. Its architecture is quite singular. From the outside it looks tiny, but inside it's huge.