The tapas in Mar i Terra is the best I've had in London. Last night we had the padron peppers (why don't I see these elsewhere?) which were just perfect. Little green spicy peppers, grilled and sprinkled with rock salt: simply done, allowing for them to speak for themselves. We had the calamari, again, simply prepared and cooked to perfection, which so often is not the case. The patatas con bravas is quite different to that I've had elsewhere, crisply oven roasted (non soggy) and topped with a moreish, creamy spicy sauce made, I think, with smoked paprika. I've rather gone off olives, having had a few duff ones at various restaurants lately, but those in Mar i Terra are marinated in house, with fresh chilli and, I think, preserved lemons, and are really quite sublime. OK, I'm talking perhaps about some of the staples, but getting these right is a good sign. I'll definitely be going back to experiment more!