This small and intimate restaurant just west of the city center has a warm, upbeat vibe. The cozy dining room is decorated in a rustic taverna style. The food is billed as tapas, but plates are really quite generously proportioned. Try a fluffy tortilla with a serving of albondigas (Spanish meatballs, here made with Irish beef and pork) or maybe some chorizos con vino (fried chorizo sausage cooked in red wine). There’s a good wine list, although the lusty, full-bodied house red is delicious enough accompaniment by itself.