The bar downstairs is a great place to start before moving up the stairs to the restaurant for a selection of Tapas.
The staff were great and the two ladies that waited on the table were both from Spain which helps with the authenticity of the restaurant.
The house Rioja was a perfect accompaniment to the tapas we ordered. We ordered 8 dishes which was one too many. The prawns I am told were perfect. The meat dishes were good.
The only thing if I was to be critical the music was not traditionally Spanish and spoilt the ambience of the restaurant a little. I did mention this to our waitress.
Overall experience was good and reasonably priced.
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