We went to this restaurant since it was recommended in my travel guide, and everything I had read about it was wonderful. It is in a centric and pedestrian area, close to the Guimerá Theater.
We had had a full day sightseeing and we ended up dining quite late, so the place was full (there was a waiting line), so we had to wait a while, but we stayed in the bar drinking something meanwhile. It is a traditional restaurant that has been active since 1893.
The restaurant is found in a typical house from the Canary Islands, with two floors. In the first floor you find the bar and a few tables, and the dining room is in the back. From there you access the patio and the stairs that take you to the second floor, where there are many small dining rooms. They have maintained the house's original structure, so the rooms are small.