We dined here twice, which is a good recommendation. First time round we had the seafood and meat tapas plates. Both pretty good, especially the chili squid, spicy chicken, squid in breadcrumbs and serrano ham with spinach. Creme brulee to finish was also very good. Second time around we enjoyed veal liver with pumpkin puree and lamb patty with lentils. The cooking is solid and tasty rather than spectacular. The service is friendly and efficient and the setting (which in winter looks nothing the picture on TripAdviser) is typically central European. Recommended for good value and wholesome cooking.
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