La Reja is a family run tapas bar that opened in 1969 and it is still run by the same family today.
Decorated with the emblematic Andalusian tiles and walls adorned with images of the Semana Santa processions and local ferias, this little gem offers a wide selection of rustic tapas.
Their tapas menu is extensive and offers a mixture of Iberian products like black pudding, chorizo and salamis: they also offer a variety of rice and pulse based dishes, or platos de cuchara, as they are known.
Boquerones (fresh anchovies) and calamaries (fried squid) are a specialty of the house, as is the homemade ajo blanco, (chilled almond soup).
La Reja has a relaxing, secluded terrace where people can enjoy the tranquility of this relatively unknown square.