This restaurant deserves its two Michelin stars. The food is expertly prepared and very creative. The wine list is very extensive, with deep verticals of great Spanish wines, as well as reasonable prices for very good Spanish wines. But, because the service is outdoors, on a terrace (at least in good weather) patrons are allowed to smoke, and smoke they do. When we became aware of this problem we complained to kurt server, and then to the maitre 'd. They blew its off, noting that we were in the minority. Tables were empty and set inside, but they refused to seat us there, perhaps because no one else was dining inside. Despite the outstanding food and wine, I cannot recommend this restaurant to a non-smoker, so long as seating is on the terrace.
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