The decor is more Moorish than actual Andalucia, and this was a hint as to the menu and the experience in general. The waiter was a cheeky chappie, with a good line in chat, and the menu eas...well, varied. The tapas proper were accompanied by a series of faintly Scottish dishes such as scallops and haggis/sausage/something plus bacon. The chorizo al vino was good. The three indicators of quality in any tapas bar - tortilla, gambas (prawns) and pulpo/calamares (octopus/squids) - were all passable. I'd give them 9, 7 and 6 out of ten, respectively. The wine list wasn't bad, and we had a good tempranillo I hadn't heard of before. Not absolutely meteoric (apart from the scallops, to which I am an uter slave) but certainly very good. Recommended.
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