Hidden in this cosy two-storey Colonial-style chalet is a restaurante and tapas bar that's more than two decades old. At midday, the working set comes along to lunch, but the ambience changes at night. The comfortable and peaceful terrace is one of its biggest draws. You can try classic tapas such as the potato omelette, salmorejo (similar to gazpacho) and bread with tomato, and modern treats including the omnipresent mini hamburgers made with Galician beef, foie shavings, calamari croquettes with squid ink, and steak tartare with mustard, among them. They've also got sandwiches, salads and dishes you can share. The restaurant menu is bigger and just as good.
|Venue name:||La Misión||Contact:|
José Silva, 22
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 1.30pm-4pm, 9pm-midnight; Sun 1.30pm-4pm|
|Transport:||Avenida de la Paz (M: L4)|