I came here with a colleague on a Tuesday evening for dinner and we were practically the only people in the restaurant - so really quiet and lacking in atmosphere. The food was traditional tapas (chorizo, patatas bravas, crispy squid) with some nice additions from the grill - we tried their chicken which was very succulent. It was all decent quality but quite ordinary. The desserts were excellent - crema catalana and a lovely lemon cream with a gin and tonic sorbet. For two courses without alcohol we paid £56 for two with service which was very reasonable. Service was charming but the whole thing was just a bit on the dull side.
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