Located on the south side of the central district and away from the majority of the crowds, the Chutney Gastrobar brings a delightful Asian-fusion twist to the typical San Sebastián pintxos menu where coronation chicken and salmon teriyaki are nicely complemented by the millet salad and Bombay wrap – both as small plates and sharing dishes. The bar itself is snug and popular, so get there early if you can or late if you prefer, but best to avoid the peak time. The micro kitchen is behind the bar and you’ll be amazed at how they deliver the high quality food from such a confined space.
Chutney GastrobarA bit of kitchen magic adds to the fusion flair
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