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    PhD, 2011 - present
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Fully recommended. I'm from Galicia (Spain) and it was the first time in a Spanish restaurant in Australia (after being for almost 2 years in Sydney). We have gambas al ajillo, patatas bravas, jamon serrano and huevos a la flamenca. All was great. Maybe the tapa of jamon was a little bit small if you compare with Spain but given the prices compared to other Spanish restaurants I had been investigating before deciding, it is at least the cheapest in Liverpool St. Don't expect a fancy place. It isn't, and that's probably the best point, though it can sound weird. The aspect resembles a traditional tavern or tapas bar, and it feels almost like being at Spain for true. The only bad thing it's the "Spanish" music and some decoration details though being Asturian resembled to some other Spanish-for-tourist places (which are full of Spanish topics that may only be applied if you are from the South or Madrid).
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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