Stopped here at my sons recommendation. Buckets of rain on a soggy day were left behind as we grabbed a seat close to a free standing fire. We had lunch. I tried the steak panini with a side of tomato soup and my wife had the Cesar salad steak and red onion flat bread. The meat on both was cooked just right and had good flavor. Portions were good for the price. Soup was made from scratch and good with a bit of spice. Desert was a pomegranate cheesecake (sweet with a funny texture) and a rich chocolate flan. This is a place that needs several people to come and share bits of each tapa over drinks.....lots of interesting things to try, next time we'll try happy hour with friends . Attentive service.