I bought this book without having heard about the author before, however, was on offer and looked inspiring. Also, I do love spanish food.
I have cooked the Gambas Al Ajillo, and the recipe was spot on and super easy to follow, tasted amazing and does make a lovely tapas dish. The recipe stated that it was for 2 people, however, I assume this depends on how many Tapas dishes you make or if eating as a stand alone dish, but this is fair enough, you need to use your own judgement.
I also did the lovely "Chorizo A La Sidra" and it was again nice an easy to follow and tasted amazing, it went down an absolutely treat. .
However, when it came to the "Churros Con chocolate" I must admit we run in to a few problems. It says you can cook them from frozen or straight away, I cooked some straight away and they where nice but not amazing a bit too heavy, however, when cooking from frozen there is no instructions, just the same cooking instructions 40 - 30 seconds per side as when fresh. However, they certainly needed much longer, and even then they didn't seems amazing.
I was surprised that there isn't a recipe for Patatas Bravas in the book. Also some of the recipes wasn't accompanied by a picture, which I found a bit of a shame.
If I could give this book 4 1/2 I would, it seems to be almost there but a few minor things could be improved. The good thing is that there is lots and lots of really nice recipes to do and a nice variety I can see myself coming back to this book. Also, not all of the recipes needs to be done as a Tapas dish. You could easily turn some of them in to a nice Main Dish.
Overall, a really good Spanish cookbook compared to some of the ones I have seen used.
I would recommend this book.