There’s a good chance that ‘Me gusta mucho', in whatever language takes you, is the first thing that comes to mind when tasting all these tapas and menus, vegetarian or not, proposed by chef Fernando Andreu. The elegant, designer-inspired decor will whet your appetite for a range of dishes, each tastier than the last. After a few cod skin chips and Iberian-flavoured appetizers, the mains come in the cosmopolitan shape of vegetable ramen, falafel with a surprising salty peanut praline, a ceviche or a dish of very fresh razor clams that prepare the palate for a crispy secreto or sobrasada in the form of a doughnut. The desserts follow in the same vein to bring the banquet to a worthy close, and the wine tips are well worth following as you browse the mostly Iberian menu. Olé!