As far as set up, location and atmosphere are concerned this place ticks all the boxes. It has a huge deck over the water with fab seating on white ratan furniture with striking blue and orange cushions. The menu is based on tapas and is quite tasty. The wine list is extensive but those by the glass are quite pricey and not what I would term well known or quality wines representative of the price charged. As has been previously stated in other reviews the service is rather hit and miss. Some of the staff need a little training in smiling and pleasantries. We ordered two relatively simple small plates and the food took a long time to come out and part of our order ended up on another table, although that was quickly rectified.