Fino

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A decent restaurant but expensive and much worse than that, all the food is EXTREMELY salty. There is far too much salt in everything to the point that after the third dish or so, you just can't eat any more because of the sheer quantity of salt you've eaten. It's a shame because it's potentially very good, but for the love of God cut about 90% of the salt out, you're ruining it.
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Overall rating 3 stars
Food 2 | Service 3 | Atmosphere 3 | Value for money 2
Saturday, December 21, 2013

I am lucky enough to eat out frequently as part of my job which has seen me dine in a lot of the better restaurants in London. Fino is most definitely not one of these restaurants, appalling food served in such miniscule portions that one is left dumbfounded.

Very rude waiting staff and a manager who has absolutely no idea what he is doing - especially not when it comes to dealing with complaints - of which he had so many over the weekend i dined with them that he actually confused my complaint with another customers. LAUGHABLE.

Worst of all when the TINY portions were finished the less tiny bill arrived (£150).

Avoid at all costs as there are far far far superior tapas places in London at much cheaper prices - cambio de tercio, Jose and Brindisa immediately come to mind.
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Overall rating 1 stars
Food 0 | Service 2 | Atmosphere 0 | Value for money 0
Monday, September 09, 2013

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Wednesday, July 13, 2011 - The rolling repertoire of mini meals started with the Spanish Cold Meat Platter and olives. Salty, fatty and pink with shining rounds of oily fat, the translucent slices disappeared pretty quickly - not sure which was the Chorizo and which was the Lomo but it was good all the same. Pan con tomate was an oversalted hunk of a doorstop loaf that was swiftly replaced with the chorizo & alioli tortilla. Crispy, gooey, salty and rich...Fino, perhaps you peaked too soon, but even so, worth the visit for the wine and puddings, but savouries, I've had better.

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