Went there for lunch, ended up ordering so much food it looked more like dinner! And we loved it!
It's pretty cheap as well, between 3-6 euro each dish, and the portions are so big!
Personally I found the ajoli a little strange, but my boyfriend loved it, so I guess it's a matter of taste.
The atmosphere is great, it's very relaxing, and not stuck up. Hate that about restaurants, but this one is great.
Can really recomand the chorizo, the fried one on page two on the menu. so good and spicy. The wine is also very good, bread perfect ( that says a lot about the place, bad bread, usually bad food)
The potetoes isn't the best I've had, but then again, we ate them all, so they worn't bad! haha!
It's located in a great area as well, and if you like tapas, I can really recommend this one!
Another attempt to enjoy Spanish food in Berlin meets with mixed results . That is the headline. Grabbed a cute table outside before it got busy. Looking over the menu, we decided to try some tapas. The crazy variations on tortilla scared me a bit and what I've seen pass for tortilla are just so wrong.
The good first. The bacon wrapped prunes were a nice variation on bacon wrapped dates. Loved the salty sweetness of it and great bacon. The marinated sardines were also good, but disappointed they did have the fried or grilled variety. The spinach croquets were good as well. Nicely done. The other good thing was the house tinto. It is reasonably priced and I would go back for more of it.
But you might be asking why two stars? Really 2.5 would be better. But here is the deal, dirt in the salad is going to cost you. Also, we ordered what they claimed to be chorizo. What they brought was some garden variety salami. No way was it Spanish chorizo, at least not one of the dozen or so varieties I've had. It wasn't even good salami! Something from a corner grocery. So false advertising of your dishes is going to cost you. This was like something out of Gordon Ramsey's kitchen nightmares 101. Don't sell something you don't have on hand! The other kicker was the bad balsamic vinegar. The label said balsamic but the origin label was missing so I puzzled out the ingredients. IT wasn't balsamic! It was white vinegar with grape must and carmel flavoring added. This is a bad cost cutting idea. Why use fake things when the ingredients are so easy to get in this area?
So I might go Back for some good tinto, but not for the "chorizo".
. The location is very nice and very well location, with a direct view on the ballhause (always entertaining).
. The food was 'ok'. Nothing really special but decent.
. Price is a bit expensive but still reasonable for the area.
. The real problem is with the service: it is obviously very depressive to work in this restaurant since none of the waiters is able to smile.
Quiet tapas place in Mitte. Fairly nice service, with a nice ambiance. Nothing spectacular here in terms of design but large enough to never be packed. Quality wines and decent food at fair prices. Service could be a bit friendlier but nothing too obnoxious. Seems to have seen better days as I've never seen this place packed. May be that the area is simply too quiet for its own good. Worth checking out if you are in the mood for Spanish food.
Bad service, the waitress forgot our order two times. Food was okay, but nothing compared to other tapas places I've tried in Berlin.
Delicious, friendly, cosy.
Located in the center of the city, it is a great place to enjoy some tapas with good friends. Interior is rather simple with wooden furniture, which gives it the mediterranean flair. I had the tapas plate for two several times and it has always been delicious and enough for two at a great price (14 Euro). On weekends in the evenings, especially when it's nice outside the place is packed. I can absolutely recommend it!!
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