Visited at 6pm for a pre-theatre meal. Made a reservation the week previously. It's a very unusual room; tucked away, in a long brick cellar with a curving roof, but nicely decorated and jolly atmosphere - sound does carry, though. It was full by 7pm. Staff, who appeared mainly Spanish, excellent throughout. Good straightforward menu, reasonably priced and served fast, with the calamari, and mushrooms in a cream sauce, standouts. Croquettes were a bit overcooked, and the patatas bravas/aioli a little wet. We had six dishes between us, very almost too many. Started with a glass of fizz and a beer to start, then half a bottle of a fantastic Rioja to share, the food and drink bill was £45, rounded up to £50 for good service. We were greedy, and could have done without one or two dishes. No room for dessert. Highly recommended.
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