This a great place for tapas. The small eating area is at the back of the Deli and serves up lunches, dinners or just a coffee. We (two) had dinner there on a Saturday (need to reserve seats) and chose 9 tapas dishes ranging from £1.50 to £3.50 each, We washed this down with a glass of sherry and then wine follwed by desert and coffee. Total bill £43.50. The service was excellent and the food very fresh and tasty. Place was very clean and we were not rushed to finish. The next day we came back and loaded up on the Balsamic vinegar we had tried the night before , some delicious smoked beef and manchego cheese. Communial dinning was unusal but worked well. One small point is that the list of tapas dishes could include some meat balls and more seafood but this is only a very minor thing.