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Pica pica

see magpie.
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Since discovering Pica Pica, I must confess that I've become something of a regular.
Pica Pica is on Westgate Street and has a real 'Spanish' feel about it.
PICA Pica is one of those little gems which I unearthed a while ago and now return to time and time again.
My latest excuse for visiting Pica Pica was when a friend came to stay.
He lives in Cardiff with second wife, actress Olwen Rees, and can often be seen in Pica Pica tapas bar in Cardiff's Westgate Street, which is co-owned by his son David, 35.
The once-popular venue, which has been a members' bar in later years, is in a prime city centre spot on the corner of Westgate Street and Womanby Street, next to Pica Pica tapas bar and opposite the City Arms pub.
Matthew Dalley, 32, who manages Pica Pica tapas bar in Westgate Street, said: "It seems relatively normal.
Four restaurants had failed where the owners of tapas bar Pica Pica set out to succeed late last year.
And the friends, who met while working at Las Iguanas in Mill Lane 13 years ago, are so confident that they are onto a long-term winner with the concept, that they are hoping to expand with a new Pica Pica in Bristol.
Pica Pica is a modern and stylish new underground Mediterranean tapas bar.
But, after extensive refurbishment, Pica Pica (Catalan for picking) has the feel of a spacious and contemporary taverna.
Where one French restaurant, two Chinese diners and one Belgian brasserie have flopped, they believe their Mediterranean-style tapas joint Pica Pica is destined to succeed.