restaurants / Tapas

Lonely Planet review

This titchy venue is an authentic take on a Spanish tapas bar. Seats are at the bar, along the window, or on one of the small tables inside or out. It’s relaxed, convivial and often completely crammed, and the food is excellent.

Try the boiled quail's eggs that are delicate and dipped into salt and cumin, or the spiced lamb with aubergine, yoghurt and pine nuts. You may want more than the recommended three per person because the portions are small, though the true Spanish classic huevos rotos – chorizo, potato, peppers and eggs – should be filling enough. You can book at lunch but not in the evening.