We went at an odd time (around teatime) for tapas and it was 6 small tapas for 385baht. That's great value. The selection, I'm told, was smaller than usual dinner/lunch times though but for those, you'd have to make reservations and not stroll in like we did on a balmy Saturday afternoon to escape the heat.
The seafood tapas we chose fared better than the peppers and gazpacho. The fried calamari is a must-have because of the yummy garlic aioli it came with. The gambas (prawns) were perfect and the roasted squid too. I didn't see sardines on the teatime tapas menu and also didn't see my favourite fried green peppers with salt (pimento del pardons). They should look into serving pimentos that way, its almost always so yummy.
The drinks were good solid sangrias. Perfect little place to go to, in a nook off Soi 11.
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