For visitors who are less experimental with their meals, the Taberna Española is the perfect spot to reminisce about the typical dishes on the other side of the Atlantic. Regular customers talk highly of the marvellous Valencian paella prepared in this traditional tasca with rustic-baroque décor, where there is practically no spots that are left undecorated. The collection of bottles of wine (with samples of Spanish, Argentine and Chilean origin) complete with garlic, hams and chorizos hung to dry and frying pans that advertise delicacies such as garlic mountain rabbit and Spanish omelette. The upper part of the Taberna Española also has a charming terrace with potted flowers, where you can enjoy a refreshing jug of sangria accompanied by a wide variety of tapas and delicious freshly baked bread whose arrival makes waiting for the meal a pleasure.
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