My favourite at the table came in the form of one of their mains, the flavourful Mejillón Negro ($28). Like a refined spiced seafood broth, the lip-smacking sauce had a mild heat and lingering boozy aftertaste with the addition of Lustau Dry Sherry Wine - great to mop with their soft-crusty Mini Baguette (+$2). The seafood was plump and tasted fresh. The Chile Black Mussels, Chorizo, and Tiger Prawns were nicely seasoned too.

[If you are on Burpple Beyond the mains are 1 for 1 from Mondays to Thursdays.]