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Read about this place when searching for a Gin bar online and we loved it so much, we went there twice. The barkeepers definitely know their trade and a super helpful with recommendations and I must say they were always spot on.
The bar itself...More
A gem. Entrance through Taberna Moderna, bit tricky to find, but well worth the effort. Around 80 gins available and impeccably served by barmen who understand gin. Keep it quiet though, it’s quite petite. Loved everything about it.
Hidden at the back of the equally hip Taberna Moderna, this place is quite a find, with its many varieties of gin cocktails and knowledgeable mixologists. Deserves wider publicity, but that would probably cause irreparable damage given the limited number of tables and chairs
Had a bit of trouble finding it - this bar is actually inside the Taberna Moderna restaurant, so look out for that!
Really beautiful interior and very professional staff - both welcoming and talented. I had a Basil Smash - I think probably the best...More
Very nice place! Let the barmaid help you to pair a special combination of G&T. She is really skilled, knowledgeable, help full, kind and funny. You can get a nice table even on Friday night. RECOMMENDED
C 60 different gin recipes - wish I had 'borrowed' a menu! As we waded through the choices a bartender came & helped us with recommendations. No pressure - just helpful. I went for a citrus & ginger concoction, my husband a juniper. Both delicious....More
excellent food for a business dinner although portions are very small. Friendly staff and great atmosphere. We started with the gin cocktails and they are worth the trip alone.
Date of experience: February 2016
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