- The interior is an attractive combination of Andalusian patio and Castilian mansion. You can wolf down a portion of tortilla (potato omelette) or a small fillet of pork. The bar also serves traditional staples from La Mancha (home of Don Quijote and Pedro Almodóvar), like migas (fried bread crumbs with garlic, raisins and chorizo) and gachas (a type of porridge). If you're a barley fan, you've come to the right place - the beer is great. Apart from the decor and the prices, the other good thing about this place is that it's open all day.