Not a particularly inspiring tapas bar in the middle of Salisbury with a step onto Market Square and a high threshold onto Butcher's Row. No specified disabled WCs but those on the ground floor do have level access though no space for a wheelchair.
A fairly limited, standard, lunch menu with no specials was augmented for us by the evening menu as most of the lunch dishes couldn't be considered wheat-free.
There was some interesting artwork on the wall from local college students.
Service was good with lots of reference between the waiting staff and the kitchen. The majority of the dishes were served in a metal 'tower' dish holder which reduced the footprint of the dishes on the table whilst keeping everything readily to hand.
A bottle of the House Rioja was acceptable as was the coffee.
At just under £60 for 10 dishes and a bottle of wine it was pretty good value and was pleasant enough with pretty good service.
Finding reasonably accessible eateries, of any quality, who can handle my wheat allergy well, in Salisbury, is tricky so, although not the best or most original, tapas we've ever eaten, we will be back.