Dropped into this hot spot early on Friday night to beat the crowd, but failed. This place is in and noisy. However we did get a corner of a table and ate well. We shared serrano ham on toast with tomato aioli, mussles and clams in white wine, deep fried peppers, fried potatoes with cumin and garlic, and a very nice glass of Spanish white recommended by the harried waitress. All excellent as was the bread pudding I ended with.