I ate here with family on the 23rd December. We enjoyed the selction of tapas dishes we chose especially the Gambas al ajillo and the Piquillo con queso de cabra. We finished with Churros and some lovely speciality coffees. The food was well cooked and presented although some of the portions were a tad on the small side for sharing and didn't represent good value for money.
The biggest drawback of our visit was, it was a cold wet day outside and we were looking for some warmth while we ate and the restaurant was freezing cold. I think it was actually warmer outside.
I think this restaurant could be so much better as it showed real promise. Unfortunately there are much better Spanish tapas restaurants to choose from in Edinburgh so it will have to work harder to compete.
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