The most distinguishing part of the meal was the background music. My wife and I ordered 3 tapas and a paella dish to share. Two of the tapas were a calamari or octopus based and they were overcooked and rubbery. The paella was long on rice and short on protein having just a few shrimp, tiny pieces of sausage and a few chunks of chicken. The rice seemed cooked in a rice cooker rather than cooked in a paella pan. Having just returned from Spain and eaten these types of courses many times, these were only approximations of Spanish food. The service was fine, but the kitchen was slow as we waited about 30 minutes before our first tapas was served.
You (and the restaurant) can do better.
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