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1. Don’t spend more than ten minutes in each bar. Choose a pintxo and move on to the next.
2. Accompany your selections with a glass of Rioja red, txakoli (a very dry, slightly sparkling white wine) or local sidra (cider).
3. Don’t be alarmed by the amount of paper on the floor. It’s considered good manners to throw your napkin down in appreciation for the chef.
1. TXEPETXA Calle Pescadería 5 Gilda – a pickled pepper, a salt-cured anchovy and an olive on a toothpick.
2. GANBARA San Jeronimo Kalea 19 Hongos a la plancha – griddled mushrooms.
3. LA CUCHARA DE SAN TELMO Calle 31 de Agosto 28 Foie con compota de manzana – foie gras with an apple compote.
4. LA VIÑA Calle 31 de Agosto 3 Tarta de queso – cheesecake.
5. A FUEGO NEGRO Calle 31 de Agosto 31 Mini hamburguesa – mini hamburger.
6. GOIZ ARGI Fermin Calbeton Kalea 4 Brocheta de gambas – prawn skewer.
7. TABERNA GANDARÍAS Calle 31 de Agosto 23 Solomillo – sirloin steak.
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