A convivial atmosphere, knowledgeable servers, excellent libations and food -- no wonder it is difficult to get a reservation! But once you are there, you are not rushed. Food comes out at a nice pace. There were four of us, and we shared eight tapas and two pixtos, plus 3 desserts. Yes, we were full! But what an enjoyable 3 hours! The garbanzos were addictive, the stuffed dates were just right to wake up our taste buds. My faves were the chicken croquettes and lamb kebobs (daily specials), along with the albondigas and, believe it or not, the blood sausage. the smoked trout Russian salad was okay, but not much trout taste. The mussels were good, but not on a level with other restaurants. The grilled sardines were excellent, I heard. So the only miss for me, strangely enough was the Spanish tortilla. First, the size was miniscule for $5, and the flavor was just not there. 3 out of the 4 of us have had the dish in Spain, and this wasn't close. The flan was tasty, as were the churros (ask for honey) and bread pudding. The beer selection was excellent, and the red sangria was too--not sweet like you so often find in the US, despite having some cheer wine in it! Overall a great time. Total food tab was $114, drinks added another $60.
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