The festive and lively street at Bastille is The Lappe Street. The Pirada fits into this line with its Spanish accent, warmly decorated in yellow and red tones and many wall paintings that represent Spanish dancers. The light is softened and the music is in accordance with the Hispanic acoustic guitar rhythms, often live! During the weekend, it is the DJ mix salsa, merengue and Spanish pop. Many relaxed youths form the majority of the customer base and it is advisable to book in advance as it is always "full", even on weekdays. As for cuisine, the menu is varied: the classic charcuterie dishes (pata negra, jabugo, chorizo ...), Iberian cheeses, catalan cream but also gazpachos, the famous paellas, parilladas etc. You can enjoy treat yourself to tapas with a glass of wine or a beer. And on Sunday, there is brunch in Spanish way: assortment of tapas consisting of tortilla, Serrano ham, cheese typically Manchego but also salad of peppers marinated with its anchovies. The main course is a generous and colorful paëlla with these various crustaceans. To end softly, a fruit salad.
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