Our hotel tried to talk us out of going here, but we ended up going and really enjoyed it. The manager was a super-friendly guy whose parents came to Sweden from Malaga. The tapas are a refreshing change of pace from Swedish fare, even if many liberties are taken to expand the menu beyond purely Spanish tapas (e.g. chicken quesadilla), which is a good not bad thing. The Sangria was excellent, and so where the patatas bravas, the carne en cazuela, the solomillo, the chicken quesadilla, mojito salad, cheese platter, albondigas, asparragus with jamon serrano, and aceitunas (olives). Great meal even if not cheap and portions are only adequate. We really enjoyed our meal.
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