Harden's survey result
A small group of “buzzy” tapas joints “full of culinary delights” – “and it’s possible to eat well without breaking the bank”. It caters to a business crowd during the week and families at weekends – “there’s always plenty of things on the menu that the kids love”. The Blackfriars, Notting Hill and Canary Wharf branches have closed, but a new spot in Shoreditch opened this year.
“Lovely”, “well-sourced” tapas is the straightforward appeal of this Spanish group, much favoured for business lunching. Staff manage to be both “attentive” and “unobtrusive”, but branches can get “noisy” at busy times.
“A good standby!” – these “fun” tapas stops (they can be “loud”) offer “well-prepared dishes” (“sometimes way above average”), and a “decent modestly priced list of wines”, beers and sherries.
The “buzzy” King’s Cross original of this emerging chain, now has a popular (if “terribly noisy”) spin off, near the Old Bailey, and a new outlet in Bankside too; all win praise for “helpful” service and “tasty” tapas.
|Wine per bottle||£21.50|
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