My husband & I visited here to try the tapas menu. It was a very unassuming shop front - we had absolutely no idea that it was a Gordon Ramsay restaurant until we read the sign as we went in.
We ordered four tapas plates to start with. The oxtail, pork belly, scallops and fig dishes. The standout was the oxtail, followed by the pork belly. Absolutely divine.
We thought we were still a little peckish and ordered three more plates - tuna, croquettes and squid. These dishes were also good, but the croquettes were very rich. As soon as we had one croquette each, we knew we should have ordered only five plates - the first four plus the tuna. That would have been perfect.
After seeing someone else's paella, we wish we'd also tried this dish, but it would have been too much to try with tapas dishes for two people.
The only criticism I would make is that I was looking for a fresh vegetable option to cut through some of the fried dishes. I would have loved a plate of steamed broccoli and snow peas.
Service was fine, but could have been a little friendlier. Overall we really enjoyed the meal and would return if we were in the area. Fairly well priced for a restaurant with a Michelin star recommendation.
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