We were told this was a good tapas restaurant so we headed there. Very nice inside especially when you walk through the kitchen to be seated at the back of the restaurant with all herbs growing in boxes on the wall.
Then the menus appear, no description of any food! You are just deciding how much you want to spend which is strange. We went for the classic menu which was 48 euros per head, there were two other options at 68 euros & 80 euros.
The food then starts coming out and it is nothing like the tapas we were expecting but some of the dishes were tasty.
Others like the beef tartar served on a real bone & you dig the bone marrow out were a bit off putting for us.
Other dishes like the mackerel with trout fish eggs in a gazpacho sauce were tasty but as we said not the tapas we were expecting so definitely make sure this is the type of food you like before heading in.
But our little girl had spaghetti Bolognese & it was very tasty so she was very happy.
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