This is a small bar, located on the main avenue that leads from the centre of Vitoria to the AC, where we were staying. Looking for a place to have some pintxos, our attention was caught by the bustle at the door, so I went to see what was going on ... and this bar really is a secret gem. There are three young waiters serving in the bar with truly unprecedented efficiency, taking portions everywhere. The tortilla is delicious, but be warned that the morcilla sausage is quite hot! If you love tortilla, this is the place for you. The price is 1.50 pintxo and wine 0.90.
This bar is located in Vitoria, close to the Andalusian Center of Seneca. Here you can taste various tapas and typical food of the area. In the morning breakfast is provided. Card tournaments are usually held on weekends here as well.
The Bar Zabala is part of the restaurant that bears the same name, although it is in a separate space where you can eat tapas and drink or go for some casual dining. It is located in the old part of the city and is decorated in a vanguard style. The pintxos and casseroles that can be found in this establishment, go one step further and leave traditional aesthetics and presentation, to offer a different blend of flavors and original tastes. So to speak, they are more innovative than a traditional site. We entered because this place was participating in a Week of casserole. Both dishes as pinchos we chose were very good. I highly recommend this place.
The bar Aldapa is located next to the Old Quarter of Vitoria, in the Cuesta de San Vicente, right next to the church of the same name. While it is predominantly a bar, personally I loved it as a cafe because I was very pleasantly surprised by the way in which they served my coffee and the flavour it had. That's when I discovered that everyone goes to Aldapa Bar for a coffee because they have realised that it serves the best coffee in Vitoria. Therefore, they have an endless menu of coffees of all kinds: Scottish Cuban carajillo, cappuccino, Irish, etc ... but all with one thing in common: their delicious cream that makes it unique. As I've already said, don't miss out on going to bar Aldapa for a coffee... you will love it!
Aldama Bar is located in the centre of Vitoria, near City Hall. We stumbled upon it while walking around the city, and decided to go to have some pintxos. The bar was packed, so we were lucky to get a free table. It happened to be the "Semana de la Cazuelita" (casserole week), and almost all the bars were participating in this event, so we had a bowl of cod casserole. It was freshly made, and delicious. They have good food, and plenty of choice.