This was my second visit to Ole Ole. 3 of us went there for dinner last night. We were at the 9pm sitting. We didn't want a big meal, so just ordered some tapas. Chorizo, prawns, squid, meatballs etc - all utterly delicious - along...More
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On passing this restarant in the Lanes, I decided to book for myself and my daughter and managed to get the last table for that night. (Friday 5thmay). Service was really good, we were booked in a team 7.30pm. The restarant started to fill up....More
Honestly, they're doing the bare minimum. Tasteless tapas and paella that's just...well, rice. As I write this, there's a woman bellowing tunelessly into a microphone. In Spanish obviously. Go to Casa don Carlos instead. Better food. And music.
Authentic tapas, not! Each tapas was as greasy as the last. We tried the calamari, prawns, meat balls, potato salad, fried cheese. We felt nauseous and left half the food. It was a good atmosphere, Spanish singing and a dancer entertained the enthusiastic crowd, but...More
I visited this restaurant with friends on a Saturday evening and it was such a unexpectedly great evening. The food was good, the atmosphere was great with live Spanish singers gave it the edge. The menu was simple yet plentiful, the only downside was the...More
We've been here three times now and it's been excellent every visit. We have dined here mid-aftenoon Saturday every time and it's completely quiet. This means no need to book and very good service 'cos no-one else around. Food was tip-top, Sangria was too.
I had a wonderful Saturday evening here with my wife during a weekend away in Brighton. For the 2 1/2 hours we were there we felt we were in a great little tapas bar in Spain, but probably somewhat cheaper (given the fall in the...More