A warm welcome, the start of friendly but efficient service throughout the evening. We chose a selection of informal small dishes rather than a standard three or four course dinner, and were very happy to have done so. Flaming Camembert was a novelty, but also delicious; excellent Iberico ham; 'Vintage' sardines out of a tin with sweet butter, etc. Good desserts and truly delicious homemade truffled Brie. A decent choice of modestly-priced wine, which one of the owners (Eric) was enthusiastic about letting us taste (on the house) before making an informed choice. This generosity of spirit pervades the whole restaurant, making it a place I'd love to return to whether for more tapas or maybe a formal meal.
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