Straight up this was a mixed bag so in retrospect we should have just listened to the lady. She was a nice young woman, it's a family owned place it seems and her brother works the kitchen.
When you think Tapas you think Spain; get that out of your head here. I found it to have more of a leaning toward Portugal. But no Portuguese red wine by the bottle just the glass. Odd.
Tortilla was terrible. Not enough potatoes and dry. She didn't recommend it and I see why. I should have listened. On the other hand I love tortilla and measure all tapas places by it. Ribs were dry and chewy. She also did not recommend them. I should have listened.
When we did listen it turned out much better; the lasagne was great as were the croquettes de bacalhou. She recommended the wine from Chile and it was quality. Prices are decent and after stupidly ordering the Spanish wine and finding it ever so slightly effervescent and bad, she happily replaced it with the Chilean. I'll probably go again.