I ate here 2 nights in a row, the food was so good. A nice selection of tapas, all very tasty & well cooked, with distinct (and distinguishable) flavours to each dish. The second time I went with a friend who had just come back from Gallicia, and _he was impressed, so it must be good! The paella is also very good.
If the weather is warm, take in the sun setting over Wales from the upstairs balcony.
The staff are all very friendly and helpful.
The prices are higher than I'm used to for tapas, but the portions are quite large, so it's best to share several dishes with a friend. Wine is also quite pricey - one improvement I'd like to suggest would be to have some more lower priced "house wine" type options available.
Go once, and I think you'll be hooked!
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