Bosque's little brother can hold its head up high. Just browse through the tapas list and you’ll be spoilt for choice, between the croquetas, with a special mention for the porcini mushroom version, the coca bread with candied vegetables that whisks you away to the Mediterranean, and some fresh anchovies simply flash fried. As for the rice dishes, whether caldos or secos, they soak up all the juices of the squid, red prawns and, above all, peppers. Either way, you're sure to enjoy this traditional cuisine with a holiday flavour. One more point, the first chef’s hat goes on and the title of "Mediterranean of the Year 2024" is in the bag.