This typically Spanish tapas bar is loved for its fun atmosphere and speedy service. Red mood lighting accentuates large cured-ham legs hanging from the bar and old pictures of bull-fighting line the walls, probably not the best place to bring a veggie.
With wooden tables and exposed brickwork, this place is quite a change of scene from the fried food and botecos in Sao Paulo. Kick back, enjoy a bit of Flamenco (live on Mondays) and tuck into some delicious tapas and a bottle of rioja. It gets busy in here so be sure to book on weekends.