Stopped by chance here on a drizzly Sunday at lunch time. Thought some tapas and a tinto de verano would go down nicely after a walk up the Mersey and I wasn't disappointed. Yes the food is probably a little on the pricey side for tapas but you get what you pay for and this was top quality, I'd say it was the best tapas I've ever had. We shared a fish deli board, two tapas dishes and bread which came to around £21-£23 and easily filled 2 people for lunch, so not bad really. Can't wait to go back for dinner this time.
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