Atmospheric and fun, this tapas bar, built into the arches underneath Bath gives diners the feel that they’re almost part of the city’s structure and history. But the good bits aren’t just about the architecture, here, this is a genuinely good bar that serves real Spanish tapas, though with a little more grace than you're likely to receive in the equivalent dive in Madrid. Drink sangria if you must – the cocktails are well made and the wine list isn’t too bad either – and nibble slices of hand carved Jamon, properly made croquetas. For those wanting to stretch their tapas vocabulary, the kitchen is happy to oblige. How about a foie gras crème brulee with salty stretched their pineapple compote perhaps, or a spring roll of Spanish bulls tail?