This is a great wee place with freshly cooked food (no fast food here!). There is a great selection of dishes served tapas style, but note there is a wide variety rather than just Spanish dishes. The patatas arrugadas is well worth a try. However there is also a selection of mains including the wonderful brutti bread - a really thin based pizza. If you even remotely like pizza try one of these. The Zorba - with goats cheese - is to die for. The soups are almost invariably excellent and they also do a good breakfast.
The staff are not only efficient, helpful, courteous and smiling but have a funky stylishness that is in perfect keeping with the ambience of Brutti. Fridays and Saturdays can be really busy and the pace is almost frantic. Sunday evenings are usually a little quieter and you can hear the outstanding background soul music tape clearly.
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