I started with a round of croquets and quickly ordered another round. They are not made with potato or cheese but a handmade mouthwatering béchamel and jamon I have never tasted a something so unbelievably crispy on the outside yet ridiculously soft and creamy in the centre. I was utterly hooked. I ordered prawns in garlic and chili, suggested by the affable waiter, the scrumptious patatas bravas, chorizo and Ibérico Manuel Maldonado, a Spanish speciality. I could have grazed there all day if I wasn’t a little squiffy from the night before. The wine was served at the perfect temperature and again upon suggestion, (2011 Joven de Silos, Tempranillo, Ribera del Duero) was the perfect accompaniment to a perfect lunch.