To have a meal in this tiny restaurant tucked away down a most unlikely and Dickensian alley within a few metres of the Markt is a must. If one wants to eat well prepared tapas without having to think about which ones, this is definitely the place. One enters straight into a tiny bar with a couple of places to sit and eat but the major area is upstairs where the tables are arranged around a balcony looking down on the lower floor. the lighting is cleverly set over each table in a space that is richly ambient with its dark painted walls. The service is quickly perfect with a waitress who seems to mount the stairs by flying. A wonderful tiny restaurant.
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