It's in a little side street and looks tiny from the outside but covers at least three floors. I'm claustrophobic and would have preferred a table that wasn't in the basement but I coped. There are loads of tapas on the menu plus lots of tagines. We stuck to tapas and had a fantastic squid and chorizo kebab (the chorizo was to die for), tabbouleh, Serrano with cheese, flatbreads, grilled halloumi on humus(not the nicest hummus to my taste a bit runny), more cheese (very generous slices of good Manchego), seafood paella all washed down with a half litre of house wine. There were just two of us and we are everything. We shared the mixed baklavas for dessert- they came with slices of fresh orange and a dip that might have been honey and rose water? All delicious and not expensive- thoroughly recommended.
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