We went here based on what we read in Wine Spectator article and were not disappointed. The tapas menu was great. Plates were decent sized and everything was very tasty. The wine list is extensive, but definitely skews toward red wines. We wanted a Grenache Blanc, but there weren't any on the menu. The hostess provided us with several other options and we settled a wonder Albariño instead.
I'm not sure that I'd say the cuisine was all that inventive, but it was quite solid and served at an appropriate pace to allow a wonderful meal.
Be aware that the staff isn't well versed in English, but we were able to stumble through without much issue. In the end, I kind of liked that better since it sort of made it feel a bit more authentic as opposed to all the other places where it's like you're back in the states.
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