The place has a nice atmosphere and attracts a lively crowd. Tapas were disappointing as I was expecting Spanish style tapas which wasn't at all the case. There wasn't a lot of variety and we probably selected the wrong things. As a starter we asked for patatas 'olé' style which turned out to be a HUGE dish of fried chunks of potatoes drowning in thousand island type sauce with chilipowder thrown in. This probably would go down well after having had some serious alcohol intake and/or being extremely hungry. The waiter should have warned us that the portions was huge and should consequently have advised against ordering main courses as well. My friend chose salmon tartare which was OK. I made the mistake of ordering fish and chips. Whilst again a huge portion, the fish had no taste and the batter it was fried in was so greasy it gave me instant nausea, particularly since the fatty skin of the fish had been left on as well. The chips were ok.
Staff are friendly, the wines are good and the interior trendy and welcoming.
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