Steer to the left from the entrance, and you will enter a buzzing bar. And the bar in itself is a great spot for an after work with friends or colleagues, but it is actually also one of the best hidden tapas spots in town.
AG might first and foremost be known as one of the best steak houses in town, and you can read more about the main restaurant here, but the bar also provides a great spot for some classic tapas dishes in a casual and buzzing setting.
classic tapas dishes in a casual and buzzing setting
The bar in often packed with people, especially on a Friday or Saturday evening. But nevertheless, if you manage to fight your way through to a table – make sure to order some tapas. This is very much a tapas bar; you can have your tapas standing at the bar or one of the marble tables that reminisces of a bar counter. And in all fairness, go here on a weekday evening and you will often be able to sit down at one of the tables and have the tapas as a proper meal.
The tapas are quite classical; you’ll find your pimientos de padrones, manchego, boquerones etc. But you will probably fairly quickly notice that the menu is skewed a bit here as well, the meats are the dominating part (although there are plenty of fish- and vegetarian options) of the menu. And just as the quality of the meat in the main restaurant is very high, the standard is translated into the different meats in the tapas. They are for the most part great.
one of the best spots for an after work that turns into a dinner and then…
And oh, the legendary Jureskog burger is available from the bar menu as well. If you go for the one named Jureskog, it is as close to a true heart attack burger you will get. And with that option on the menu, you will never have to leave hungry.
Chef Johan Jureskog loves Spain, and it shines through in the tapas bar. But ultimately, he has been able to create a tapas bar that first and foremost is a great bar, but where you can enjoy great tapas – which actually makes it one of the best spots for an after work that turns into a dinner and then…
For the full story on AG the restaurant, check it out here.