In this review I refer to the tapas bar , the entrance to which is found by the market place restaurant itself.
More of a bistro than a bar/restaurant this Spanish themed eatery does exactly what it says on the tin - provides tapas and sangria.
The prices are reasonable (just) and the food is a good replica of the real thing (having lived in Spain for some time). Some of the dishes however I did wonder about the spiced sausage, which would normally be chorizo based, but unfortunately wasn't.
The food is of course small in portions but the place offers 6 tapas for around £16. I have to say though that they were more tapitas than tapas, which means that you get a very small portion.
The service is a little slow, and the order did get a little messed up, with us having to wait about 20 mins extra between eating for two of the dishes.
Deserts are offers "tapas style" - simply meaning in small portions, but this wasn't reflected in the price. This part we found dissapointing.
All in all, a nice little find, but over order if you are hungry.
Ps... The parking situation in Cromford is horrific, so arrive early in order to secure a spot.
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