This tapas bar/restaurant is a very pleasant place for lunch; it can be a bit busy on the evenings particularly the weekends. They don't seem to take bookings, but, hey, if you turn up and there's a long queue, go to one of the many other restaurants nearby and come back another time.
The tapas dishes are very tasty; I particularly recommend the anchovies & blue cheese on toast -- delicious -- as well as their jugs of red and white sangria, which are made with good quality ingredients and well-priced. The value-for-money is somewhat variable (and probably the only reason I didn't give it 5-stars). Some dishes seem very cheap for what you get, others (like the thinly sliced hams) seem rather expensive.
The staff can be run off their feet when the place is busy but generally service is fine at other times.
The location is very open and airy, great for our warm climate. You can do people watching and look across to Southbank.
It's my favourite lunch place along the Little Stanley strip at the moment.
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