A modern spin on classic Spanish tapas and more substantial Iberian fare are what diners can expect. This is definitely a choice for nights out with friends as dishes are big enough to share. The wine selection is a pleasant mix of Old World and New World bottles, as well as a fine selection of cavas for a touch of sparkle.
- One cannot go wrong with classics such as the croquetas variadas and the Plato de Ibéricos, which features a choice selection of Iberian cold cuts.
- The huevos con morcilla sisig served on a bed of crispy potatoes is a hefty choice, but diners would do well to opt for more traditional stews such as the tomato-sauced lengua angelita (ox tongue with capers and olives) or the hearty callos con garbanzos.
- Paella fans will find a fine selection that ranges from the classic paella de mariscos to the more exotic paella negra.