After a day of walking round the shops we decided to have an early dinner and, as the reviews has been so good we decided to go to Ole Ole and we weren't disappointed.
The restaurant is tucked away up one of the lanes and it took us a few minutes to find it, but it was worth the search.
Although we had an early dinner as we were seeing a show later on (it was about 5'ish), the restaurant still was still buzzing.
All of the tapas were faultless from the wonderful olives, to the Tabla de Ibericos, Croquetas de Queso to the Brie Frito (with mouth watering honey), to name just a few and the complimentary moscatel was a perfect ending.
The service was also great and we were also told about their Flamenco nights which we'll definitely be booking in for when next in the area.
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