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A friend recommended this place so I went to try it out with a group of friends. I was disappointed by the service offered; the waitress was not sympathetic. Many of the items on the menu wasn’t available and there was no wine card because...More
I ate here with my family on a Monday night in September.
Small restaurant and relatively quiet on a Monday. What the décor lacked in sophistication was made up for by the elegance on the plate. This was high class tapas served with style. The...More
Had a great time trying various Tapas. Overall, great. Wish the waitress knew a little more about the dishes. Sat on outside seats as inside seemed to need more ventilation. Was quite a hot August Day. The pressure to fit people outside must be overwhelming...More
With a list of about 24 tapas, you will find a favorite that has excellent flavor and pleasing presentation. We had foie gras; tenderloin capacio; salmon; and cod to name a few of the tapas. All were quite tasty with an interesting range of flavors....More
They were very friendly and accommodated us without reservations on a Saturday night, just before the heavens opened. Three of us had the degustation menu which seemed better value than ordering tapas individually. This allows the restaurant to choose the tapas, whilst we got to...More
First off, the restaurant inside is very small, we were a party of 13 and took up most of the space in the front. There were two other small tables in the front and two in the back., there is also a bar area and...More
Amazing meal, we shared some pintxos and both enjoyed main courses as well. The scallops and the foie gras were standouts. My steak was cooked to perfection. The pintxos are definitely smaller than a lot of tapas but the flavour in every bite makes them...More
Exquisitely prepared food with lots of attention to detail. We went for lunch; they offer a sampler menu of several tapas. Everything was gluten free except the fried leeks used as a garnish on one item, which they left off. Pretty pricy, but delicious. Fabulous...More
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