It’s a wine/cocktail/beer/coffee bar with particular attention paid to Spanish wines and sherry, as well as a build-your-own gin & tonic menu, which is kind of brilliant, even if you aren’t a Douglas Adams fan and don’t know the universal significance of G&Ts. It’s also a wine and spirits shop. AND it’s also a tapas and churros restaurant that somehow manages to nail a Rococo-meets-IKEA motif, and we would really like to know how. Have we mentioned how impressed we’ve been with Royal Oak lately? If it keeps going like this, we might have to take back all of the many (so many) bad things we’ve said about it.