I am not sure that I was convinced I was entering Spain when I entered the dining room. Take down the Spanish plates and pots, put up some horse brasses and you could as easily be in 1970's iteration of a British pub from rural Victorian times built by developers on housing estates in England - horrid things that they are. But in fairness the atmophere is warm and the food is definitely Spanish and very very good. Excellent country style soup, brilliant paella, creme Catalan, fine selection of Spanish wines, and I was reminded of the weight and warmth of Spanish brandies that were drank and enjoyed very cheaply in the late 60's while on holiday in Spain before nearly free flights and all-inclusive resorts. I really enjoyed the food and the service was friendly and efficient. The parking attendant I would fire in a heart beat. But I get to Miami frequently and I very much look forward to going back for the food.
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