Corral del Carbón
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Lonely Planet review
This is a seriously chic place. Think buckets of dry ice, walls of pastel-coloured bottles, shiny steel furniture and black and burgundy walls. Superb wines are available by the glass and there are wine tastings every Wednesday at 3.30pm (€5 for four wines), no reservations necessary. Classy tapas, like fried goat’s cheese with fig jam and spring rolls with mango and mint are on the menu, as are plates to share.