If you're up for the tastiest fried calamari you may have ever had, fresh from the fjords of Galicia, head to Calle de la Galera 21. El Serrano's affordable prices, friendly service, and of course the great stuff coming out of the kitchen will win you over, for sure. Winners include potato omelette, empanadas (turnovers), and numerous other grazing options. For its part, Taberna de Cunqueiro on nearby Calle de la Estrella serves up traditional Galician cookery within reach of all budgets. You can stand and graze at the bar or have a seat in the rustic, woody dining room or outdoor terrace. House specialities include salads, local fish, octopus, and huevos rotos (fried eggs, potatoes, and sausage), washed down with a good selection of beer, Galician/Spanish wines, and vermouth on tap.
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