This is a simple tapas bar on the edge of Borough Market. It utilises the excellent Spanish produce of its sister shop, Brindisa, within the market itself. For example you can (for £20) get a plate of the superb Gran Reserva Joselito ham, perhaps the best pata negra that exists. I tried garlic prawns (£6.75), which were carefully cooked and rested in a pool of olive oil flavoured with a little chilli (13/20). Chorizo (£5.25) was grilled and served on a slice of toast, alongside an excellent roasted Piquillo pepper that was lovely and sweet, with some rocket as garnish (13/20). Fried potatoes with bravas sauce (£3.25) were pleasant, though nothing out of the ordinary (12/20). Service was friendly, and there are a few outside tables for that rarest of occasions, an English sunny day.