This purports to be a Spanish tapas bar, but frankly it doesn’t achieve it. It is a bar with some Spanish touches. It sells sherry, although my server had no knowledge on the subject. I tried some fish and potato croquets. On the website it says these are served with a Romanesco sauce; nothing unusual about that. On the menu in the bar it says with a red pepper sauce. Were they the same thing I asked. No one knew. The real problem was the croquets were brown inside; quite an achievement and presumably the result of some additional pepper being added. They weren’t very good and the red sauce - whatever it was – was bland. The décor here is humble and the furniture looks like it has been collected from school jumble sales. There is an outdoor deck upstairs, but it was raining the night I was there, and no one was outside. Might be pleasant in summer, but the whole place seemed run down and the staff were amateurish. Not recommenced.
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