Had dinner with friends recently and didn't check the menu first. I would recommend that anyone wishing to dine here do that first. Not that the food was bad at all, in fact it was quite good. It did seem a little limited for my taste though. I had the chicken which had what looked like diced bread! Not too much flavor in that. But that aside, everyone else enjoyed their meals. It advertises itself as a tapas restaurant so there are "small" plates. We had the dates and scallops which were tasty. The restaurant did seem to get quite warm towards the end of our meal, just saying. Service was very good.
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