Had a nice family evening meal at Galicia restaurant. Don’t think the atmosphere is not as good as it used to be. Food was still as good as it has always been. Still worth a visit.
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Popped in on a Wednesday eve without booking after craving tapas for a while. Wasn’t disappointed! Delicious generous portions, great friendly service and all very reasonable. Particular highlight were the homemade churros at the end! We’ll be back!
Had a lovely evening here with a friend who frequents this place regularly, I can understand why. Sat at the bar and ordered just 3 tapas dishes which was ample as big portions. We had rabbit with potatoes, chorizo and spinach with cream - all...More
Popped in for lunch with friends as my reward for helping them tidy their kip. We were delighted by some wonderful olives on arrival as we perused the menu. My friends ordered a mixture of cold and warm tapas which included seafood salad; calamari; chorizo,...More
Food portions are good, however patas braves were soaked in sauce. I like mine crispy baked with a little sauce. Flavour was average, not bad but could have been tastier.
A busy, thriving restaurant where you wait at the bar for a table - it's totally worth the wait! The waiter we had was lovely and stopped us from over ordering as well as recommending some dishes. The tapas dishes are quite large and so...More
Have been going here for years and they always get everything right. We have taken many friends and family there and they have all loved it - even a very difficult to please Portuguese restaurant owning father-in-law!!!!! Brilliant place with a great atmosphere.
very good tapas selection was good portions are not the best like a lot of uk Spanish bars we enjoyed what we had good for a group