While the wine list is uncompromisingly Spanish, the descriptions are well written and, if my 2008 Corona D Aragon Garnacha Cariñena ($60/bottle) was anything to go by, they’re also accurate. As you'd expect from a mostly tapas menu that lends itself to sharing, large groups are numerous, and the noise level in the open-plan, two-level space is lively, even when the floor show takes a break. The convivial soundscape makes it easy to sit back with your wine and simply soak up the flavours in the Jamón Ibérico de Bellota ($24.90) – Spanish ham from black-footed, acorn-eating pigs. Croquetas de Espinacas y Queso Azul ($15.90) – spinach and blue cheese croquettes – are so good, I can ignore that they’re presented on a slate tile with retro squiggles of aioli. The squiggles also make their way onto the Morcilla a la Plancha Con Queso y Cebolla Caramelizada ($17.90) – a super-tasty quinteto of grilled blood sausage with goats’ cheese caps, glued to the slate tile withread more
I enjoyed this Spanish tapas restaurant! I felt like I was somewhere in Barcelona. There was live entertainment with ladies singing and dancing. The wine we had was lovely. The paella was very nice too. Different as it had other ingredients in it like capsicum which I've never experienced in a paella before. The calamari we had wasn't the best. It tasted like it was frozen from a pack.