I am Spanish, so I came into this place out of curiosity, just to see if the food they served was close to what we really eat in Spain.
All in all, it was quite alright. The food is really delicious and the price is affordable, but the serving sizes are too small (In Spain we do eat a lot of tapas, but the serving size is about a regular plate for everybody to share, not a tiny lab sample. Actually people in Spain never come back to a tapas bar if they serve such small quantities of food). The bread basket comes first of all, before ordering food or drinks (we had to wait almost until the end of the meal to get it). Besides, Sigara Boregi is a Turkish dish, not a Spanish one! And we definitely don't put cheese in our tortillas...
Anyway, the food was really nice. I definitely loved the chipirones (they serve big ones!), the patatas bravas (although the sauces are put on top of the taters, not separately), the boquerones and the bread with tomato. The crema catalana is to die for! And I loved the Spanish movie posters on the walls and the ambient music. The place is also a fact that adds to its appeal. And the name of the place is really funny!
In short, the only facts I'd improve is the tapas size (make them bigger) and the bread service (provide it earlier). Apart from that, I liked it. I'd recommend it to friends if they went to Inverness.
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