We went to Como3 twice within a week. The first time after work on a Friday. This was a very nice experience. We had a great red wine – a carafe of merlot, extremely smooth and full bodied. The tapas were excellent, with a French twist on Spanish dishes, making them very light and enjoyable. This time we has a bill of just above £70 including tips. We felt this was really excellent value for this quality in a prime location. Very welcoming and friendly staff – and the owner visited our table at the end and explained how he sources and prepares the food. The second time we came here on a Saturday, just a week later. Again, we were very happy about the quality, the environment and the service. We had Jamon iberico, beetroots salad (really recommended), Squid, Pork Gyoza and severl other tapas and three desserts (chocolate croquettes and Tonka parfait), and espresso. This time is was £95 plus a voluntary tip – a rarity these days where usually a 12% surcharge is added without asking. Also, when checking the bill we realise that even small items such as water (large bottle £3.50), bread with olive oil (£1.50) or espresso (£2.00 each) are not abused to rip off guests with “small” items.
This is alongside with another famous Spanish restaurant in West London probably currently one of the best Spanish Tapas bars (even though – or because? the owner is French) in London. The bills are very, very reasonable and make this restaurant one of the best value for money in this quality range.
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