First time visit and I was expecting craziness due to May Day weekend. We went on the Monday early evening and all the crazy and died down.
The staff were friendly and welcoming and eager to serve.
The ambience was delightful and peaceful away from the insanity outside which was getting worse by the hour
The food was delicious. I would recommend tapas or mains. We tried to do both and struggled. The food is gorgeous with so much flavour. I had chorizo tapas and prawns followed by paella which was delicious but huge after what I had already eaten. Next time I will work through the tapas menu.
I was pleased with the staffs attitude given the time of day and the major craziness of the May Day festival. I think they must have been exhausted but still bent over backwards.
A big thumbs up and will be going back
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