Great tapas, we loved the prawns, paella, patatas bravas, chickpea salad, jamon, calamari - all delicious & washed down with some excellent sangria.
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Had dinner here with family, one of whom is not terribly adventurous. Sharing the dishes tapas style worked really well.
After planning a nice evening out with a friend, and finding a fab deal on the menu online, that between 5-7pm on Monday-Thursday that every dish was £4, were were so excited to go. Unfortunately the restaurant had not updated their online menu, and when...More
went here recently and while the venue and service were nice I found the food very under seasoned , paella was good and was the ham & cheese platter but everything else was just very average . It's ok but not worth a special trip...More
Very nice little cozy restaurant. We have visited quite a few times and standard is always really good. Quite a small menu, but what they do, they do really well.
This is the best place for tapas in Manchester in my opinion! It is a small venue so make sure to book ahead for larger groups, but it's cosy and intimate and the staff are really friendly. As well as tapas they also make incredibly...More
I went with my friends and we finished eating with our pockets empty and we needed to go to a coffee to have a dessert as we were still hungry after eating 8 tapas (we were 4 people). Good food but for £6.50 it is...More
A great meal out with my wife, lovely food and a good atmosphere. The food was excellent value and very tasty. Loved the paella and the chicken skewers, just the right amount of chilli! Just one gripe, as it was the first week back after...More