Went at Friday lunchtime. Stopped with my mother (in her wheelchair) on the pavement. The manager (owner?) rushed out to see if we needed help and escorted us in. Access was easy (via a ramp and wide door). Room felt spacious and light, wood floors, big windows, lots of mirrors. Staff were attentive and friendly and knew when to leave us to it. Menu of tapas (including a set menu) as well as big selection for other courses. Free olives arrived and drinks order was taken straight away. We had main course Mussels in a divine sauce (very big portions!) which came with fried potatoes (they checked if we'd prefer chips) and a small salad. Finger bowls, a shell bowl and extra napkins came too. So nice not to have to ask for things and then wait to start! We ordered bread to mop up the sauce and it is needed. I had vanilla icecream which came with a kumquat, toasted marshmallow and spiral wafer, yummy. 2 large glasses of wine, 2 mains + bread, 2 puds - £40 ish. The only negative thing I can think of is that the view ( a wall or the carpark) isn't great - still nice to sit on their terrace (3 tables so book early) if the weather ever allows. Will definately go back (often).