Visited tonight and saw that this was popular with tourists. Plenty of American accents and people with guide books under their arms. Service was great, so was wine. The English menu was in demand so we had to wait out turn to get or mitts on the one copy floating about. We ordered four tapas, fried sardines, slow cooked egg, smoked salmon with Salmorejo , and mackerel. The sardines were ok, salty and lightly battered. The egg concoction was interesting, very sweet with a strong taste of fig running through it. The mackerel was a generous portion and came with see creme fresh. The salmon was disappointing and bland. The venue is stylish, staff are helpful, wine is good but food underwhelming. We enjoyed much better tapas at more traditional bars. Still we can't complain too much as 4 tapas and 2 wines for 15 euro is good value.
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