We shared a few tapas among a group of friends. We ordered three tapas per person, but all of them were shareable, so we could try different tapas. Most of them were quite average with pimientos de padron and chevre being the highlights while I didn't like salmon tapas at all.
Wine list is rather short and the wine I had wasn't anything special. For the second round of drinks we went with sangria and mojitos and those were much better.
We also ordered creme brulee for dessert and it was okay, but with too thick and in places burnt crust on top.
Overall the food was okay, but nothing special. Food came quite quickly. Otherwise it's quite cosy and casual place, so if you're looking for a quick bite and some drinks, this might work well.
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