We visited Bacaro on a Saturday afternoon whilst the Maritime festival was happening in Plymouth which meant the Barbican area was fairly busy. Once we had ordered we had to wait 45 minutes for our food to arrive, in that time we had complained to a member of staff and another party sat nearby had also complained. We were told that only one chef was working today which we didn't feel acceptable as this weekend was expected to be busy for the area. We only ordered a set of 3 tapas and a baguette which should not take this time to prepare. The tapas were tasty but very small portions and the baguette which was advertised as 'beef and horseradish' but had no horseradish and was very dry. We will not be visiting Bacaro again, instead we will opt for one of it's neighbouring competitors.
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