Had a weekend break and selected this place by its tapas menu displayed outside. My wife and I (in our late 50s), On entering the venue, the place appeared busy and a welcoming staff member approached us to ask what would we like...we had said a meal whereupon he escorted us to the upstairs restaurant where we were equally warmly welcomed and given a table.
Service was excellent throughout, a good ambience. Selection and range of tapas is good and it is difficult to decide which to go for. Overall the meal was excellent.
A couple of slight downsides - the patatas bravas were not very good (which is a pity for the other tapas were excellent), and the house red wine - which was OK was a bit pricey for a house wine.
Overall - would still highly recommend this restaurant - please don't be put off our slight downsides - we thoroughly enjoyed our evening.
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