We've been to this little Wanchai restaurant twice now and enjoyed both visits. If I have a criticism it's that the menu is a bit meaty for my taste, but then the Spaniards are inveterate carnivores so I shouldn't grumble. Our table of four ordered jamon Iberico -- the acorn-fed variety --, chorizo in red wine, prawns in garlic, clams in garlic and mushrooms in garlic. The latter three were all good and zesty, especially with bread to mop up the juices. You have to order the bread separately, by the way, which I thought was a bit off.
I always believe in ordering at least one new dish per visit, and this time it was a tuna stew, which turned out to be patatas bravas with a few chunks of tuna in a rather gloopy sauce. Not a successful expreiment.
You pay for the atmosphere in this buzzy pleasant restaurant with a central glassed in kitchen where the chefs carve the jamon, but I daresay we'll go there again when the mood takes us.
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