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Day 36

Almost every time when we eat outside , we choose a new restaurant, or actually I should say a cafe, because we are not that fancy to dine out every day in a restaurant ;P 
The other reason is that we have restricted budget! Haha! 
Anyway, our experience shows that the best coffee shops are the ones that are located somewhere in the back streets!

And today we found another hidden gem! 




It was a small place where one guy was a cook, a waiter and bartender in one!!! What a skill!
The place didn't have a kitchen, but somehow the guy managed to serve an amazing tapas! All magic was taking place behind the counter! You could choose to eat something cold or hot out of 15 different dishes to each he would advise different type of wine.
It was a really cool place , and it seems to be not yet known by tourists.


Life would be incomplete without dessert! :D 


xoxo
Mags

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xoxo
Mags

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