Facade: It’s a bit taverna-esque from the outside, orange and gold, welcoming.
Decor: Very themey although they seem a bit muddled (the menu is Italian, Mexican and Spanish) so there are crappy sombreros attached to the walls and straw donkeys interspersed with Italian flags etc.
Dress Code: We were one of three tables in there. One was a pissed up, middle-aged couple and the other was a table full of deeley-boppered hens. There is no dress code.
Snap: I had a paella which was vile. It wasn’t juicy enough and the seafood was definitely frozen. The mussels were powdery in texture and the prawns were about the size of my thumb nail. Very disappointing. Mr P’s chicken fajitas were good though, he remarked that the chicken was very tender.
Good For: The fajitas apparently.