We visited La tabla tonight with our 2 children. If your children don't like to try new food or are fussy I wouldn't suggest taking them. There is no menu for drinks or tapas/grill mains although you can view the price and choice of grill choices on the blackboard. The waitresses are very friendly and welcoming and I suggest you book as it gets busy. There is a blackboard outside with their telephone number and you can what's app them or ring them to book as the restaurant is only open mon-fri 7pm-11pm. You go up to the small kitchen area to view the selection of tapas and you are advised to order around 7 dishes for 2 adults. We ordered 9 dishes to share with the children and this included chicken curry, Canarian potatoes, chorizo in brandy sauce, prawns, potatoes and cheese, tuna parcels and ham croquettes. Bread is given to you before the tapas arrives. The food arrives quickly and hot. You can order more if necessary but we were full after the dishes. It would have been nice if they could have offered a meatball dish or lamb stew as these are our favourites however the dishes we had were lovely. Following the meal we ordered a warm chocolate brownie and ice cream for our children to share. We had the tapas, bread, dessert, 1/2 litre of sangria, 2 large beers and 1 Fanta orange and coke and it came to €41.20 which was excellent value for money. We also enjoyed a honey rum on the house! This is a great little authentic tapas bar, a great find and worth the booking.