The restaurant itself is one funky little place, a mishmash of objets all over the walls that makes it feel like a really cool junk shop. We were keen to go as my husband is vegetarian and we have often found it hard for him to dine well in Spain. So, nice for him to have a menu where everything was veggie, but I am sorry to say that the food was rather bland. Maybe it was our choices - a cheese, tomato and basil turnover, and spinach and cheese fritters, with various hot side dishes - but flavour was really absent. In particular, in the dishes we had, no garlic or onion, or any kind of spice, and no discernable herbs save the basil in the turnover. Much more choice to be had these days in regular tapas bars for the hungry vegetarian.
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