We had a delicious tapas lunch served and cooked by Alvaro who despite working solo provided great food in a very cherry manner.
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My wife and I visited this restaurant for a late lunch we we're made very welcome b you the owner/chef. We decided to go for the 3 tapas per person with coffee for £12.30. Although there were only about 10 selections there was ample to...More
This is a nice neighbourhood restaurant. The tapas were very nice, tastes like home cooking and with lovely bread baked in-house. The wine is rough and over priced. All in all, though, it's a nice evening out and I'd go back.
Cozy place with friendly service, wines a bit overprices, the food is alternatively good: patatas bravas not very tasty, calameres good, good bread. will be back, but not on a special occasion
We used to go here a lot when it first opened. The service and food was good, the owner and the female waitress attentive. We went there last Sunday. Terrible. Paper table cloth had stains as did the menus, the owner was barely civil on...More
We popped in for a quick bite. We had a couple of lovely tapas to start followed by a paella. It was delicious and we thoroughly enjoyed our evening there.
The real deal in this restaurant is the Paella 🥘. Cooked with talent, art and professionalism. Other that that, including starters, sangria and service speed, all average. However, need to admit that the waitress was so friendly and tried to do her best..... Lunch time,...More
Took a walk down Portobello for dinner but we weren't sure where to go so on reading the menu outside we decided to head in. We didn't have a reservation but were given a table and told it was reserved but we had an hour...More