Food - all the classic tapas with a twist are on the menu and on the black board. Shrimps with garlic and the magret de canard were among our favorites. Fried calamari were good and hot when served. Portions to share are relatively small. The waitress suggested 6-8 tapas for our group of 4.
Atmosphere - we went on a tuesday night and it was very crowded but not too loud. 35-50's year old people mainly.
Service - very nice waitress who knew the menu very well. Had our plates changed between each services.
Price - tapas to share were from 9 to 18$ (iberico pork).
Definitely a must-try for tapas with a twist (when comparing to Spain) but beware big eaters!
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