Generally the food was very good but the menu was confusing. Nowhere does it say that it is a tapas format. Some of the dishes are too pricey to be called "tapas" ($26 for a duck confit that was one leg on a bed of beans and not appropriate for sharing.) A bowl of butternut squash soup (which was not on the menu but was available when I asked about a soup starter), was huge, piping hot, under-salted and lacked flavour. I was also told that there was "no bread". They don't serve bread with their soup. You can order one of their naan dishes as bread but that was about $9. The scallops my husband ordered came as 3 grilled scallops with no accompaniment. Tapas. The "chocolate sticky toffee pudding" was not "sticky toffee pudding" at all. I know because I spent 2 weeks in 2008 going around Scotland and England sampling all the sticky toffee pudding I could get my hands on. This was just a chocolate cake with a bit of sauce and a scoop of ice-cream. Wine list was adequate. Service average to inattentive. Definitely not a home run here.
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