Barioja’s mission is to convince diehard Scots that there’s more to tapas than patatas bravas & tortilla. Owned by Iggy Campos, who also runs upmarket Spanish eatery Iggs next door, it shares the same kitchen & dedication to quality. Tasty little clams come with toasted almonds, shallots & seaweed, grilled asparagus appears with an intense romesco sauce, while chorizo y salchicha is a good-looking combo of sausage, pepper & egg with cider. As well as a long list of tapas, the kitchen can also serve up paella & other more substantial mains; decent Spanish wines & sherries, too. In all, probably the best of its kind north of the border.