Quite an unexpected find in Ventnor, probably a sign that the place is inching (in an Isle of Wight sort of way) upmarket. Nevertheless Lorraine and Serafin cook up a wide variety of tapas dishes from the familiar chorizos and paella to the less familiar - usually whatever appears on the specials board! Complemented by a variety of interesting beverages that includes imported Spanish cider (and the Pedro Ximenes won't have run out next time). Not cheap dining but super quality and interesting food.
The place is very small, so either book ahead or go at a quiet time - say the middle of the afternoon!
(Hopefully the Qype category will have changed from Italian by the time you read this)
Good value tapas restaurant in Ventnor. Friendly service, good selection including veggie options. It is worth booking a table to ensure you get a nice table as this place gets busy. The kind owners have recently informed me that they took the feedback from customers seriously and remedied the damp smell downstairs with a new floor and an atmospheric log fire .
Really authentic Spanish food and drinks, opened in 2006.
Cosy downstairs restaurant with a real log fire, friendly staff, genuine Spanish chefs, reasonable prices.
Extremely popular with the locals, make sure you book, especially at weekends and holidays!
Established in 2006.
Serafin, from Pamplona, and Lorraine, from the Isle of Wight, after 23 years together in Girona, arrived in Ventnor and decided to open the Island's first Spanish eating establishment.
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