Third time is usually a charm and Matador continued to deliver as it did the first two times we have eaten there. Sangria is the drink here, after all the theme and food are more form from Spain than Mexico.
Service was friendly and correct and tapas came in proper sequence. Scallops followed by Lamb chops - we then went for paella. We were four so it ended up just right. We did dessert churros with melted dipping chocolate, flan and a mousse and all three: good to excellent. Prices are not cheap so no one will forget you are in the heart of the main line but all in all one gets good value as the quality of the fare does not let you feel cheated in any way.
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