The word Jamon, pronounced “yamon”, means ham in Spanish, and if there is one thing the Spanish are crazy about, it is good Jamon. In Spain, Jamons are traditionally made in local family farmhouses. Each house has its own curing room or camara where the Jamons are hung to mature. Such is the rivalry in these local villages that it is not unknown for at least one family member to be left at home at all times just to guard the Jamons. But why Jamon Jamon? Well, in Spain, if something is good, then two of it must be superb, and the call Jamon Jamon has come to mean just this in the colloquial Spanish dialect.
Absolutely love this place - the food is incredible, and the service is so lovely. Recommend the chorizo in wine, and the lamb chops. Fantastic!
Food was excellent. Good choice of tapas. Freshly cooked. Squid not over cooked which is often an issue with some restaurants. The wine the waiter recommended was excellent. Will definitely be back.
Excellent service all the way. The restaurant had our table ready and we enjoyed a wonderful evening. Good food,good service, good company, great night out.