Waitress was an absolute gem describing the best selection of tapas. The cecina vaca was definitely a highlight! Sangria delicious. Great find.
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A genuinely welcoming and incredible place, a chance visit turned into a night I will remember for a long time, Luke behind the bar was incredible and naturally hospitable, he chose all our food for us and not a single plate disappointed, simple delicious tapas,...More
We had tried earlier in the week to get in here, but the interesting area in the front was full and at the back there were some works going on. We finally got in at 22:30 one day. After finding a place to sit at...More
Ate here more than once in our week. Very generous portions. Friendly staff. Great Manchego cheese plate.
We came here as the other places were closing for lunch. It was rather empty but the waiter was friendly and we chose to eat here. The menu is limited to meats, cheeses and the only warm dish you can get is a potato omelette,...More
Superb. Minimal menu, great Jamón and queso. Go with their recommendations. Good bottles of wine, house glasses bit ropey but infinitely quaffable. Beers good. Known locally for their vermouth ...(which I can't drink for unfortunate teenaged binge drinking reasons) but I got a very generous...More
We went here after being in few bars around the area, was drawn in by the simplicity of it, bar/people/food - had a few beers and then some vermouth, the vermouth was amazing. Managed to get a tostada in before i left as i had...More
We ate here over 10 years ago, and couldnt find it this time until we stumbled upon it by accident , we could not remmeber the name of the place it was only when they setfire to the chorizo diablo that we were sure it...More