Popped in for a coffee on our first day of holiday, a must every year, and was tempted into booking for one of their Tapas evenings.
We were encouraged to arrive early to enjoy the eclectic music played by 3 local musicians, two on guitar and one singer.
Fortunately the night was mainly dry and we were able to enjoy the evening without being bombarded by Mosquitos.
The tapas were good, mainly fried, with the mahi mahi being our favourite, very light batter and great fish.
The wine selection is small but the Rioja we chose was excellent, so much so we had to have a second bottle which we ended up sharing with our neighbouring table, two Canadian ladies.
The group were excellent and spoke to every table individually in their breaks and sung a good range of songs, encouraging the audience to join in if they wanted towards the end.
A thoroughly enjoyable evening and well worth a visit for this evening or just a drink and snack during the day.
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