Updated August 2017

A cosy “gastrobar” with a pleasant décor of colourful mis-matched tables and chairs, light walls and flooring, with large windows that let in a lot of natural light. The short menu (which hasn’t changed in years) has some nice tapas and there’s also a good selection of wines by the glass. The Ibérico rice and ajoblanco with crispy king prawn are two of my favourites.

As it’s small and popular it’s a good idea to book a table. Service can be a bit slow (and could be a bit friendlier) but overall it’s a good place to stop.

Bread Charge: 1€ PER PERSON

Bailén 34
Tel. 955 289 493
Open 13.45 – 16.00 / 20.30 – 23.30 Tuesday – Thursday (midnight Friday – Saturday)
20.30 – 23.30 Monday
Closed Sunday
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Food 7 | Wine 7 | Service 6| Ambiance 7

mechela bar

mechela ajoblancoajoblanco with crispy langoustine and avocado

salmon tartare with cucumber and tzatziki

mechela bacalaobacalao with falafal and beetroot paté

mechela chipironegrilled chipirone (small squid) filled with morcilla de Burgos

grilled octopus with vichyssoise and croutons

mechela huevos rotoshuevos rotos with fried squid

mechela taginebeef tangine with couscous and garbanzos

arroz Ibérico with strips of pork ribs and mushrooms

mechela sign

mechela tables

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updated August 2017