All reader reviews by macfin
This place needs to seriously up its game if it is to justify the mad prices for basic tapas, albeit with quite good quality ingredients. You have to wonder just how much actual cooking is going on with simple grills and assembled salads forming the mainstay of the menue. The wine is OK but comes in at a minimum of 23 ish quid a bottle for a basic Navarre. Generally the place looks swish (standard mod. minimal) though the gents could do with an overhall. Customer service is very directed towards table management (sittings, in / out on time etc) and didn't make a big contribution to the experience. The food?: well, its OK but has been done many, many times elsewhere and in all fairness, should you really be able to pour the middle out of a tortilla? I don't think so.
Thursday, June 29, 2006
Food 5 | Service 3 | Atmosphere 4 | Value for money 1