Uno Mas 1/F, The Broadway 54-62 Lockhart Road Wan Chai Grub: Generous portions of traditional Spanish tapas. There are also traditional dishes like paella and roasted suckling pig available, as are desserts. Vibe: Brightly lit and airy, with menus on blackboards, big white tables near the open kitchen and comfy booths. If you're lucky, you can sit on the chilled-out balcony and watch the crowds go by. You'll forget you're in Hong Kong. Who to bring: A big gang of friends so you can try lots of food, a small group who want to spend quality time together over delicious dishes, treat your parents to a special meal or impress a first date with your cosmopolitan venue selection. What's hot: The portions are larger than most of the city's tapas joints, and your order is almost guaranteed to be delicious. You'll fall in love with the laidback setting and happily while away the hours, pretending you're in Barcelona. The crispy fried prawns with scrummy ali-oli (garlic mayonnaise) are so moreish, you'll be tempted to order a second plate. Resist, though, as everything is all filling. Try the butifarra (sausage) with cannellini beans and the albondigas (meatballs) in a delicious tomato and aubergine sauce if you like meat. The baked apple stuffed with pork, raisins and pine nuts is an unexpectedly delicious treat, and the fried manchego is pure bliss. What's not: The service is iffy - from rude staff on the phone when you book, and slightly pushy and/or clueless waiting staff, to absolutely flawless, knowledgable service and visits to your table from the chefs. The classic patatas bravas are drenched in tomato sauce and mayonnaise, which is a pain if you don't like sauces - this is one dish that is definitely done better elsewhere. The restaurant is new so it's still very popular, and you may not be able to get a table without a reservation. Cost: Not the best choice if you're running out of pocket money. Tapas dishes range from HK$30 to HK$88, and you'll probably want to pick at least one dish each. Expect to pay HK$100-HK$250 a head - but remember, the bigger your group, the more dishes you can try, and the cheaper your bill.