We fancied tapas for lunch and ordered 10 tapas for about 18 euros. Worked out quite cheap. The duck pate was tasty and the jambon with cheese was nice. Sorted out my hunger pangs. Do try the bordeaux red with the tapas!
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I have wanted to try this place for some time, so last night we took the plunge. Basically a mix between a sports bar, bistro with a very large TV but the Music was so loud it was distracting. Started with Tapas from the menu...More
Just terrible. Awful service, and terrible food. The order was all wrong, service was terribly slow and staff were rude. Fish platter was all undercooked, muscles and clams were slimy and other tapas was cold. Only half decent thing was the calamari! We commented on...More
Been there recently for the 3rd time in 2 years. Wasn't much impressed before, but tried it again and this last visit is definitely the last one. Service was friendly but took over 1 hr 1/2 over lunch for 5 tapas dishes. Unfortunately the waitress...More
Our group of six went for a dinner as a change of pace from our French cuisine. The beer was good as was the large screen television showing highlights of past football games in the Euro Cup matches. The tapas were sadly disappointing. Spanish omelette...More
Originally visited with a group of friends for some casual afternoon drinks during Euro 2016. We managed to sit at a large table and ordered wine (19EUR a bottle) to share. We decided to order food. The menu consisted of variety of tapas dishes and...More
Two storey cafe-bar-restaurant; 'body guards' at the entrance but atmosphere very pleasant inside. Tapas and wine excellent.
Where to start, guess will from OK to mediocre. Service, friendly however it is easy to distinguish complete lack experience. Wine and drinks, fails to meet my Bordeaux expectations. Food, better go for drinks only, if you are looking for a good meal, avoid at...More