My wife and I had an early dinner here, squeezed in between an afternoon in the Pop Art exhibition and an evening of Richard II. We enquired prior to the exhibition if we should book a table: the manager (I think) said yes, they were nearly booked up, and indeed, by six o'clock, the place was full.
As you'd expect from the name, there's a relaxed atmosphere to the Lounge with extra seating on a terrace, which I imagine is pleasant in the summer. The main body of the menu is a selection of raciónes or small plates: as advised, we selected half a dozen between the two of us. Highlights included the battered tiger prawns, the salt cod and chickpea croquettes and the lamb and olive meatballs. The plates are delivered to your table as they are prepared, so they're hot and tasty, and you can order as few or as many as you like, which is great if, for example, you're pre-theatre. Service is fast and friendly and the wine list has a good selection. Not the cheapest, but we really enjoyed it and will return if we're in the area.
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