But I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by the Ole Tapas Lounge. Best dishes were the pulpo a la gallega (grilled octopus), the wild mushrooms with chorizo, and the bacon wrapped figs with chorizo and cabrales. The patatas bravas were piping hot and crispy.
Grilled baby lamb chops were well cooked. Boquerones were nicely done with piquillo peppers and a pesto-like sauce. There was a little over-reliance on a paprika mayonnaise sauce - not a real complaint as the sauce was tasty, but it was on a lot of the dishes.
The only disappointments were the complimentary starter of tomato-rubbed bread should have been crusty (though my dad said on their earlier visit it was), and the empanada, which was huge, but mediocre in both the crust and the filling.