No wonder Poco Poco is such a popular venue for parties and gatherings - the small, cosy interior lends the restaurant a real sense of intimacy and the wooden decor gives it a great rustic charm. The service was faultless and, even though the restaurant was full, incredibly quick. Our drinks were on our table within moments of ordering, swiftly followed by a complimentary bowl of parsnip crisps with a chunky salsa dip. From the à la carte menu, the pan-fried asparagus tips wrapped in Parma ham were cooked to melt-in-the-mouth perfection. If you find it hard to select just one starter from the delicious range - and believe me, you will - why not choose a selection of tapas dishes. We sampled the cod goujons, the patatas bravas and the gravlax, all of which were divine. The à la carte menu offers a fantastic array of food, including an extensive selection of enticing fish dishes. The monkfish with mushrooms and prawns is nothing short of heavenly. The creamy sauce is deliciously rich and the vegetables and sautéed potatoes with which it is served provide the perfect complement. The lamb cutlets in red wine and rosemary are truly outstanding. Do leave room to sample the tiramisu (quite possibly the lightest I have ever tasted) or the sensational New York cheesecake. In short, Poco Poco is the perfect choice for any occasion.