Anyora Wine List
This is one of those friendly, traditional places where time seems to have stood still. But not quite, the interesting relatively modern choice of music makes sure of that. The place is very friendly, however. Most waiters speak English decently, and the whole place feels pleasant and comes across as not being a concept, but the real thing. The food is honest, basic, but well done. Good, simple traditional dishes, but the quality of ingredients makes the food shine. Bread from local San Honoré baker, daily fresh fish from the central market, meat from a nearby farmer in the Valencian area. If you’re looking for an easy tapas night out with good wine, this is the place.
Though the wine selection at Anyora may not be as extensive as at other places, like Casa Montaña down the road, the choices are very well thought through with a large array of Sherry by the glass, even the more special ones by Coravin, and a focus on small artisanal growers, most of whom work naturally. The staff all know a good deal about the wines and a decent level of English makes it pleasantly easy to communicate preferences. However, just pointing at one of the bottles or wines by the glass will do, and you will end up with wine worth discovering.