caught up with a friend who when she realised i was taking her to a tapas bar that she wasn't keen. She thought that she wouldn't like anything.
I suggested that I should order so a selection of sliced meats, olives, bombas (chorizo croquettes), main dishes of pork sausage and slow cooked beef cheeks and she was converted.
The selection of small plates, large meals, paella, seafood, and vegetarian dishes were extensive. The specials list makes regulars like me gives variation which is also good.
Shared desserts of churros and creme caramel also went down a treat.
The staff are well versed on the meals and their extensive wine list and are a credit to them. They make the experience for regulars and newbies pleasurable.
The atmosphere is what you would expect being boisterous. Despite that we could hear each other easily to catch up on 6 years of separation.
Conversation between tables is a regular occurrence with people often asking others about their meals for advice. This again adds to the overall experience.
The bill of $140 including tip was good value for what we had, despite the fact that that included one glass of sangria and a bottle of mineral water as the only drinks from the bar.
Bookings are essential as it is incredibly popular which is understandable.
Advice - if unsure of anything talk to the staff. Their knowledge is indispensable and look at the tables around you and ask.
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