Nice place with outdoor seating and tasty pintxos.
"It might look more like a yummy-mummy brunch cafe with its rough white-painted walls, blue wooden facade, sunflowers, and street terrace, this bodega is an old landmark (1928) with well-established gastro credentials, famous for moist, even runny, individually-sized tortillas (€2.10) and ensalada de morros, pig snout sliced thin like carpaccio. According to Tatus, the bocadillo de bonito, anchovy and guindilla is a must. Showy pintxos are the star act (from around €1.50), but for around €5 you can get a plateful of callos y morros (tripe and snout) or black pudding and rice with peppers, and – unusually – the possibility of a seat."
— The Guardian article