Travelling solo and stepping into this tapas bar, I felt like a Spaniard and tried out some rusty Spanish before deciding to keep to English. It was so busy so I sat up at the bar and enjoyed an Aperol spritz and a delicious assortment of tapas including grilled asparagus and almonds, an Iberian ham roll and the most delicious speciality of chopped up smoked salmon bruschetta. chatting to the Spanish tourists around me and the staff added to the enjoyment of the evening that was unhurried and delicious.
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