After the 2 week refurbishment the place looks great. During the day it's more of a 'greasy spoon' cafe with all the local builders descending for an excellent full English, lunch times see's mums & babies meeting for lunch. In the evening the place transforms to a Tapas bar. Apparently the DJ Bruno Brooks has an interest in this eaterie.
At night, the music is great - the sounds of the 80's happened to be playing when we went. The decor is up-to-date and everything is spotlessly clean. Service was attentive and selection of drinks from cocktails, wine to soft beverages is superb.
The food is a completely different matter.......only about 12/13 tapas dishes to choose from with no dessert menu. There is hatch into the kichen which is visable from the restaurant and the 'chef' was scooping the food (fresh from the microwave) from tupperware to the terracotta dishes. The meatballs were smothered in tomato puree but the pate was excellent. A bit of a hit and miss, the restaurant needs to survive on repeat customers but I can't see it lasting the distance if the food doesn't improve.
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