This buzzy tapas bar shoehorned in the corner of a vast development is the younger sister of Casamia, and is named after the head of the family who own it. Sit on the terrace for nibbles, accompanied by one of their fine Spanish wines, then head inside where you’ll find grey period tiles and a few Spanish prints. Appealing menus provide plenty of choice and include all the favourites, from jamon croquetas and tortillas – where the rich, golden egg just oozes out – to the fire-cooked bread which will have you in raptures. Dishes are skilfully prepared and packed with flavour – and the passion with which they are made is palpable. To accompany, there’s a great range of Spanish wines, with chilled sherries served straight from the cask. Those unfamiliar with the Spanish way need not fret, as the knowledgeable team will guide you through the menu from start to finish.
- MICHELIN guide inspectors
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