We enjoy Tapas and decided to visit on the Wednesday evening for that reason. The car park is small but we managed to find a space on a rainy evening. The restaurant is also on the small size with a bar area and a few tables downstairs and the kitchen and main dining area upstairs. We enjoyed drinks at the bar while selecting from the menu which allows three tapas dishes for a fixed price of £12.95. We were given the choice of eating upstairs or down. The decor is good and stylish in our view The total bill for three glasses of house wine and a small Peroni beer came to £49.80. The patatas bravas, the prawns and the meat balls were the better dishes. The rice pork , and the calamari less so. The open kitchen is no problem for us as nothing is hidden from customers. The staff all try hard to make this restaurant work. I hope that they succeed.
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