My wife and I and two friends decided to book here after deciding we didn't really want 'pub' food' again [nothing against that, by the way!]. We both love Spanish food and also have enjoyed Moroccan cuisine so this restaurant, combining both, intrigued us. We weren't disappointed. The service was excellent - friendly and informed - and the food heavenly. My wife and I had fish with chicory and fennel which was really good and our friends had Lamb Tagine and said their's was great. We had a delicious Manzanilla Sherry as an aperitif, starters [four different kinds of tapas] the main meal, with wine [I had a soft drink because I was driving!], a pudding each and coffee to finish all for around £120. We all would very much recommend this restaurant.
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