I've been to this restaurant a few times over the years and it delivers consistent quality and exceptional service. When you return you're greeted like an old friend and thanked personally for coming back. And the food matches the service.
There's a limited but wide ranging menu to choose from in this restaurant tucked away in the corner of the Yumbo between bars and other restaurants. You can sit in or outdoors, but beware of the shish smokers in the corner bar next door, which may spoil your meal if that's not your thing.
After being seated, they bring a few nibbles over - some house olives and other delights. The menu has a range of traditional and imaginative hot and cold tapas options, I went for some staples: bread and alioli, marinated olives and prawns in hot garlic oil.
All arrived quickly, the bread fresh from the oven with a homemade alioli that made a big difference from the usual white gloop served elsewhere. The Spanish olives were tasty. more-ish and home marinated in garlic and oil. The sizzling prawn dish was freshly cooked with juicy king prawns, peeled and cooked in olive oil with chunks of garlic floating in the skillet.
I'd recommend their cocktail menu, some of the best I had in the area. Their caipirinha was flavoursome, came with half a lime burning away on top and lasted for the whole meal. Great quality and value.
There is competition for great tapas in the Yumbo, with Wapas Tapas always bursting at the seams, however this may be a contender for best tapas in town, give it a try.
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