After a few days of Vietnamese food it was a nice break. Very tasty tapas dishes at reasonable prices. Good atmosphere in the restaurant.
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Tapas for dinner at this place was fantastic. Delicious food and lots of sangria. Great atmosphere with the live music. All hope you like dancing as you'll probably be dragged up by one of the Salsa dancers at some stage which is a lot of...More
it cool set up, but the staff are so busy talking among them selves .. its good place at night, just didn't like the staff during the day.
We had paella mixta for two and a jar of red sangria with my friend. The paella was good tasting, but nothing special. Sangria was good. Monday night an off-season so the restaurant wasn't busy. We got the food in less time than the estimation...More
Exyensive menu. We had seafood paella which was lovely. Very friendly Nigerian waiter. you could even join in with the Salsa dancing if that's your thing.
We ordered a dry cured meat and cheese board off the menu (£12/14 which had pictures to show the dish with the number so you can then match price to dish, great idea! We also ordered a couple of drinks, the drinks came quickly and...More
The menu is very big, offering loads of different tapas and mains. One complaint I have is that I tried to order the paella and they wouldn't let me unless it was a serving for two or more people (double the price and portion) being...More
First of all the waitresses were om their phones, and did not Care at all about the customers. Second, they had very nice pictures of breakfast besides the description of the breakfast set, but the waitress Said that it was only pictures, that they did...More
Food is delicios but rather expensive. We watched salsa lessons while dining and then joined the crown when the live band arrived. They have professional dancers to entertain people who also bring people to the floor and facilitate the party.