I have visited 4 times now and brought different friends / colleagues each time. Not once have I had a bad plate of tapas. My favourite tapas here are different to what you might get in other tapas restaurants such as monkfish cheek, dates and almonds wrapped in ham, black pudding scotch egg or honey roasted lamb. Personally I enjoy the tapas style of eating, mixed with interesting takes on the food. Always well cooked, open kitchen, great wine list, lovely venue and good staff.
The only two comments I would have is that sometimes it can be a little quiet, so less atmosphere, although that has never degraded the consistently high quality food. Secondly, I do now find myself going for my favourite dishes, so would like a few new things on the menu.
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