Updated October 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

bravas Berrinche – with Moroccan spices

lamb with couscous

grilled solomillo with brandy creme sauce

grilled pluma Ibérica and veggies, mashed potato, hierbabuena mayo

chocolate coulante with violet icecream

affable owner Pepe

Abraham & Marta

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Updated October 2017