Went there recently and they seem to have turned down the lighting a tad from Brewsta's visit, but the service was middling to poor, the Sangria was 80% fruit and not much wine, and most of the seafood tapas was on the rubbery side. The Gambas Al Ajillo was pretty good, but although it was served in one of those traditional red clay shallow pot things then it seemed to have been cooked separately and then poured into the pot, which was lukewarm. Tasted fine but should be served sizzling in a "So hot you have to leave it for a while" way. Just odd. The Octopus in garlic and chilli was truly excellent though. All in all, a mediocre experience, so I don't think I'll be going back there unless I see reviews from people I trust that indicate that it has improved.