We've been coming to over the tapas for the last few years, every month or so when we make the drive to bozeman. We'd always been impressed with the quality and creativity of the food, enough to take the prices in stride (to get full, be prepared to spend a fair amount). This last experience was not up to those past experiences. Menu has been streamlined noticeably (as the prices have climbed, but that's true everywhere - you just accept that's the way it goes ), and execution was sporadic. Asparagus was tasty, and the bread, but our go-to, favorite bacon wrapped dates came out almost burned, while the plantains were cooked well past tender, very mushy. Service was also not up to past visits ; restaurant was nearly empty, yet we were left waiting with empty water glasses for about fifteen minutes while the waitress chatted with a coworker behind the bar. She eventually noticed and got everyone refills, but nothing like that ever happened on a past visit. Food is still on balance better than average, but more limited options and higher prices mean that even for special occasions I wouldn't consider it as good a value as it used to be. We may return, but where it used to be a priority, there are too many good restaurants in bozeman to do so in the near future.
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