It was like approaching a real Spanish Hacienda. We walked in and to the left was a large function room ready for entertainment and dancing and a large log fireplace for those cold winter evenings.There was a small, very nicely decorated bar entrance which was a mixture of little tables and nooks as well as high bar stools. There were some very unique tapas choices .The menu was all in Spanish but the very helpful waitress was charming and if you can't understand Spanish ( we can) she would simply Google translate the items on her bar mounted computer. Easy! The inner restaurant was on three levels and we chose a cosy table for two by the roaring fire. The food was spectacularly presented and very tasty but it is not a place to go if you're really hungry as the portions are more 'fine dining' than 'grub up!' The owner is Spanish but worked and lived in the South of England for many years so knows English and what the tourists like to eat. The menu offers fresh seasonal produce and is very well prepared. Overall, a special place for a special occasion. A little pricey for everydays out but we enjoyed it enormously.
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