This beautiful, design driven hot spot is great for a pre or post museum respite. The tapas here are not typical, nor "El Bulli" style. It can be hit or miss though: for example, the tempura asparagus are wonderful, but the accompanying aioli was flat and lacked brightness. A drizzle of lemon juice made up for this. The mini sliders are excellent - provided they are hot. They're a tad salty though. Eat the shoestring fries fast, because they are so thin, that they cool down quickly.
The food is deceptively rich, so you might not want to go hog wild in ordering, unless you do it over a long period of time.
The terrace is nice, but smokers ruin that experience.
The staff is alright, I did hear one or two of them speaking English to customers.
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