The team behind this easy-going tapas joint cut their teeth with the Poco Loco cafés on the festival circuit, and they are now delivering New York-style brunches and Spanish nibbles to the inhabitants of boho Stokes Croft. Dried chillis hanging in the windows, a chalkboard on one wall, assorted wooden chairs on the pavement outside and a central open kitchen create a worthy setting for foodie traveller Tom Hunt’s assured cooking. Expect the likes of patatas bravas and fried sprats, alongside more adventurous plates such as confit rabbit with preserved lemons and parsley salad, butternut squash pilaf or chickpeas with salsa brava. Seasonal cocktails ranging from pomegranate sour to thyme gin martini prove that the recently awarded drinks licence was the right move. Steal a few imaginary hours in Spain here.