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El Pachichi celebrated 70th anniversary this summer and it is most probably one of the oldest bars in town. Hidden in the old garage would never catch a tourist’s eye. But the moment you step in, the interior will transfer you back in time. Old photographs will discover the secrets of the past and show Las Palmas as it was years ago. Wooden tables and logs for sitting creates a homey atmosphere. Short menu will perfectly introduce you to the Caarian cuisine. Papas con mojo (boiled potatos with red pepper-garlic sauce), queso tierno (local chese), sachichiones (sausage), jamon iberico (Spanish ham cut from the leg) and acceitunas (olives) represents all you need to know about local snacks. Local beer Tropical or rum with coke will perfectly complement the food. This is so far the most local and cheap bar I have found in Las Palmas with a good quality food and family staff.
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