A delicious place to dine with a quirky waiter. Tinto & Brasa's food was gastronomically to die for. My partner had anchovies and sardines as a starter and I, the really unusual patatas bravas, squares of fried potato with a centre scooped out and replaced with a sauce of tomato and aioli. These would make the best canapés. My main was slices of fillet steak in two long rows cooked rare as I had asked. Tender and cooked over coals (brasa means embers). My partner had the chicken Caesar salad which he enjoyed. We drank the house red a rioja Izadi which improved as it warmed up. Jafar was our waiter who was charming, amusing and knowledgable! A superb dining experience and we shall go back!
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