This Andalusian tavern dedicated to bullfighting is a local favourite, which means it’s a hard place to get into at the weekends. But if you manage to get yourself a space at one of its decorative barrels or at the long bar, you’ll discover why it’s so famous. Each round of drinks comes with one or more plates of food – generous and delicious. Paella, calamari, potatoes with chorizo... you’ll leave full to the gunnels. Lots of groups of young friends wind up here.
|Venue name:||Entre Cáceres y Badajoz|
Don Ramón de la Cruz, 109
|Transport:||Manuel Becerra (M: L2, L6)|