“Moro’s equally brilliant little brother” is a “buzzing and bustling” sort of place, where the tapas are “fantastic”; “don’t take grandma though!” – it’s “cramped” and “basic”, and the stools are “uncomfortable”.
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Tapas is one of the world's most civilised drinking and eating traditions. Because the Spanish eat so crazily late – anybody who's been to Spain has had the experience of sitting down at 9.30pm to find themselves the first customer in the restaurant – they tend to favour an early-evening drink and a nibble to keep them going. You can make a whole meal of these nibbles, if you want, or just, as the hobbits say, "fill in the corners". You can go on your own or with mates. You can hit a series of tapas bars, concentrating on each one's speciality, or you can stay in one place. You can eat at the counter, at the table or outside.