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We read the reviews and thought we'd give this place a try seeing as we love tapas.
Unfortunately we were very disappointed. We ordered a selection of dishes and found that the majority were not really up to the standard we hoped for:-
We enjoyed a lovely meal for a friend’s birthday.
Quirky little restaurant, with friendly and attentive staff.
Tapas was really nice and reasonably priced, only criticism - they are really heavy on the olive oil!
Small tapas bar tucked away by the walls of Chester not fat from the Town Hall.
Nice selection of tapas dishes with a smallish wine list.
Outside seating, indoor and first floor seating although space in all areas is limited.
Its a nice place to...More
Visit on a Friday evening, received a very warm welcome from the staff. We sat upstairs where we could see the Chefs preparing all the delicious tapas. We ordered eight dishes and every one was full of flavour the blue cheese with walnuts and the...More
Boyfriend took me for my birthday. Tiny little place, really lovely. Staff were friendly. Great that you can see the food being made. As a huge lover of tapas, I thought the food was really good. Great if you're not looking for a massive amount...More
The main thing is that pretty much every dish we have ever eaten here is delicious. The beers and the traditional sherries are also fantastic. It is small, atmospheric, authentic and fun. It always seems to be full of chatter and great music and the...More
Called in after work, excellent service, great tapas, really tasty, great wine, we shared 4 different tapas, the manchego and quince, potatas bravas, fried peppers with salt and the anchovies, all were great and I left feeling very full. The staff were really friendly and...More
We found this in the guide for Chester. We walked along the canal and up onto the Roman Walls until we came to the steps down to Northgate Street in the heart of Chester. Portas is built into the Roman Wall. We enjoyed sherry before...More