We visited on Saturday with our three year old son. The staff were extremely friendly and as we had booked,they'd reserved us a table next to the window with a sea view. The choice of tapas was fairly limited when you compare it to the more established tapas bars you may visit in large cities here and abroad. Never the less what we ordered was tasty and generous in size.
my wife tried the sangria which she liked an then helped me to drink a nice bottle of Rioja. Our son particularly enjoyed the meat balls and Parma ham. We would definitely visit again and would hope the choice of tapas will grow in time along with its band of loyal customers!
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