We ate here based on the previous review coupled with a stay in the area. The shop and restaurant are very nicely presented with large tables seating multiple parties. Friday and Saturday evenings seem to be set menus (which changed between booking and eating). There were six tapas dishes to share, each could have been a little larger or a couple more would have been good. I don't think there was a chef working as all were cold and I guess had been prepared earlier, bread, oil and vinegar were in abundance. Each course was served in a very 'production line' manner, Duck and Beans were great as was the Steak and Watercress. There was a solid collection of beers, wines and ciders but puzzlingly not all were on the menu and you had to watch what other diners were drinking to see what was available.
It was a nice meal and tapas like but overall the owners need a trip to El Gato Nero to see how it is really done.
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