It is tapas, it is not 3 star Michelin food of course, but the busy ambiance, service with a bit of attitude and the excellent tapas make it well worth a visit. In fact we are regulars. They have recently added some very good cocktails to the menu, we like the vermouth based ones. The classic jamon, Spanish cheese and such are very good, but they also have some not so typical tapas like the fried chorizo in red wine which is also very good we usualy work towards the super scampi in garlic. And if possible we squeeze in a dessert. Love it!!!
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