This is one of my favourite places to grab a bite to eat in Leeds as it’s always a fun evening. The atmosphere is fantastic as the place is often very busy and lively, the place is cosy and the décor has been done very well too. All wood tables and chairs, red walls and lots of posters and pictures up on the walls. Slight word of warning, not a place for a quiet meal as it’s often quite loud.
Service has always been fine although sometimes can be a little slow when they are packed out. On a Saturday night expect to wait a while in the bar area upstairs before you get a table. This isn’t really a problem though as there are sofas and you can get a drink.
The sangria is absolutely to die for – very tasty, chocked full of fruit and very strong! No messing around with watery-flavourless stuff here.
Food is Spanish / South American tapas style and most dishes I’ve tried have been great. A particular favourite is the vegetable and bean stew; the tomato base is very intense with deep flavours and dipping the bread in this is lush. The food is heads and shoulders above chain tapas like La Tasca, puts the chains to shame really. One other thing to mention is that there are plenty of choices on the menu for vegetarians which is unusual for tapas places (my partner is veggie).
The prices are very reasonable, lots of food (too much maybe!) for two people and a big jug of sangria has generally come to about £20-£25 pp depending on the tapas choices.
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