Updated November 2017

I actually stumbled on Berrinche by accident (although it’s close to the main Avenida, just behind the main post office) a few days before it opened this past summer, and thought it looked promising. A couple of weeks later I came back – and I wasn’t disappointed. It’s quite cosy, with about half a dozen tables around the bar, unpretentious but with a nice open feel. Also with friendly barman/owner Pepe to give us a few recommendations. Pepe also runs the Tenderete bar in barrio Santa Cruz, an earlier version of which used to be one of my late night stop (back when I was young enough to do late night stops). Berrinche is Pepe’s second venture and it looks – and tastes – like it’s going to be a success.

The food is excellent, including some properly crunchy Patatas Berrinche (like patatas bravas but with Moroccan spices), duck mousse & jamón croquettes, wonderful breaded swordfish, and a grilled pluma from heaven. Also check for the stew of the day, available at lunchtime – 3€ including a beer. I always love it when I can recommend small neighbourhood bars like this.

Now open for breakfast too!

Bread/Service Charge: 0.50€ PER PERSON

Tomas de Ibarra 20
Tel 954 966 390
Open 8.30 – 16.00 / 20.00 – midnight
Breakfast from 8.30 – 12.00
Closed Monday evening
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Food 8 | Wine 7 | Service 8 | Ambiance 7

cured Boffard sheep cheese from Vallalodid

ensaladilla de pulpo

croquetas: prawn & chipirones ; duck mousse

duck mousse & jamón croquetas

Sevillana salad: mixed greens, egg, olives, asparagus, tuna, red onion

breaded swordfish sticks with citrus mayo

smoked salmon wrap with creamy goat cheese and prawns

bravas Berrinche – with Moroccan spices

wok stir fry with chicken, veggies, mushrooms, glass noodles

carne con tomate

lamb with couscous

grilled solomillo with brandy creme sauce

grilled pluma Ibérica and veggies, mashed potato, hierbabuena mayo

BBQ pork ribs with grilled veg

chocolate coulante with violet icecream

affable owner Pepe

Abraham & Marta

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Updated November 2017