I came across this authentic spanish restaurant one friday evening and had the pleasure of listening to a spanish guitarist whilst watching a flamenco dancer strut her stuff, quite wonderfully. The service from start to end was great, the waitress really looked after me and my partner and made sure we were happy with our food etc. The wine list is filled with popular spanish wines, all reasonably priced. The food menu has a range of dishes from chicken livers to traditional spanish meatballs. The selection of cold tapas was better than expected, with fresh cured ham and manchego cheese. The restaurant is touched with class, from its beautiful piantings to its glass walls.