Quite a reasonably priced Spanish restaurant. I stayed in Spain for 4 months before and missed Spanish food. There wasn't any English menu to speak of, only Spanish or German. Since I knew Spanish better, I ordered with a mix of Spanish and English which I think unnerved the waitress a little. But she survived.
I ordered the albondigas (meatballs), tortillas (potato omelette) and chorizos (Spanish sausage). The albondigas were great and delicious. The tortillas were ok, but a little too dry. I was more used to the Spanish version which is slightly oilier. The chorizos tasted a little strange to me, and left my mouth with an uncomfortable rough feeling that I wasn't familiar with.
The service was good and I had a good time. Call to reserve if interested since it can get a bit full.
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