Our group of 6 hungry lads found this place the previous evening after we had eaten but decided we would eat there the following day. We arrived at 23:00 and had to endure a short queue to be seated at 23:30. The queue grew longer after we had sat down. The place is a little crazy - rough and ready describes it well. A bit like a working, old barn or bodega (which it probably once was). It is oddly set-out with a pianist playing on the balcony, directly above where we were seated. The food is quite heavy and the equivalent of Spanish comfort foot (lots of fried, mixed tapas such as cheese and ham rolls, eggs, cheeses, pasties, Iberian cold meats, chicken breasts, black puddings etc. but that is what we orderedAll pretty satisfying when your hungry. We had 3 big jugs of beer and 3 bottles of red wine - all decent enough.
Very enjoyable, unusual atmosphere and ambience, but filling food at a low, low price. A couple of my mates really thought it great and wanted to return for a second doze the following evening....but no we went elsewhere for a change.
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