This is apparently a fairly new arrival, and its certainly a welcome one. Its a small, slightly boxy new build attached to the outside of an old building in the forecourt of the maimaison. Its contemporary inside, with nice mirrors and decor to contrast effectively wight eh old masonry to which the restaurant is attached. There were no tables available, so we had to charm or way to a table for about half an hour until the sou;d-be inhabitants turned up. I had a Turkish wine that I never thought I would like but was in fact very good (Vourla), and My Lovely Companion had the Rioja Blanco (each about 7.50-7.75 a 175ml glass). We also had a rather meagre portion of jam on serrano and some sourdough bread and olive oil...which was really sour itself, so we complained and they gave us some more which was an improvement. they don't have kitchen here so the 'home made' items on the menu are in fact made at the chef's house and then brought in in bags (I quote).That said, I really appreciated the pan-Mediterranean food and wine, I liked the decor, I liked the seamless matching of old and new, and the service was also a real pleasure. I look forward to going back in a month or two's time and seeing if their tapas can be edged up to a 5*.
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