Wonderful tapas. Very creative and colourful. Very tasty.would go again to try a few more. They would not let us book a table in advance but we arrived and had a place to sit.
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My wife and I had dinner here by sharing four tapas and one full sized plate. Our dishes included oysters, fried pig's ears, anchovies, pork cheeks, and bacon with slaw and spicy mayo. All of the dishes were a cut above the tapas we have...More
What an interesting choice of tapas, which were all well put together and very tasty with their dressings and spices. A shame that two from the list were not available as they were in our first selection. It looked as if it was a special...More
This was opened by one of the chefs from El Bulli so one would expect it to be good. And it is. There's isn't any weird stuff like cooking with nitrogen; just good quality out of the ordinary tapas. Good service, relaxed atmosphere and the...More
Great little place serving some interesting variations on tapas. My husband absolutely loved the pigs ear (can't vouch for it but it looked a lot more appetising than it sounds!) and we shared the tempura prawns and vegetables. The latter was rather more veg than...More
In a busy little street with lots of options but this was very nice. The salmon was a bit small but tasty. The calamari sandwich was terrific- had to order a second. The green Benz and snow peas with prosciutto and quail eggs was also...More