This is another place that overdoes its reliance on mezze/tapas style food and a perplexing menu. It is as though many of these eateries cannot decide what they want to be, and so call it "eclectic" - usually meaning they have no sense of identity or direction. If you like hummus, bread and olives, a good place to go. Could not understand the way the menu had been out together, it prescribes the elements of a mezzo-style meal, instead of letting the customer choose, so one finds oneself having to choose between EITHER the Patatas Bravas OR the Allioli. It would make more sense to have a mezze/tapas menu and let people put together their own platters. Poor choice on gluten-free food, as usual. A little foray into classic dishes, like Tortillas, paella, Tajine, Lentils à la Berbère, Rice-stuffed beef tomatoes and potatoes, Risotto alla Milanese etc. would go a long way towards making this an outstanding restaurant. British chefs need to explore and learn the rigour of tried and tested, before experimenting with flavours that they are not familiar with.
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