Personally, I really like the small chapters. The whole theme of Tapas is that these chapters are like appetizers, bite-sized. I know most prefer the longer chapters, but I used to write exclusively in chapters that were - get this - one to three paragraphs long. It usually ended up being around, oh, 200 words?
They're called drabbles, if anyone else is familiar with the term.
What I like about small chapters is that you can write them really fast, and it isn't a difficult chore to proofread, either. Reading them does go by pretty fast, it's true, but especially if you don't have time to just sit down and really hunker down with reading, the small chapter format is perfect. You can bite it off a bit at a time.
My chapters for Tapas are probably hovering pretty consistently in the 700-900 word range, depending. Longer, more impactful scenes, I'll do more. There are definite downsides to the tiny format, but definite upsides, as well.