The menu is huge and offered a great selection. Lots of hot tapas, some cold, paella, and a few dishes for the less adventurous gringo. I ordered 3 tapas that I have had at other Spanish restaurants: Spanish Omelet, Queso de Cabra (goat cheese with tomatoes), and Lamb Carpaccio (thinly slice rare lamb). The lamb meat was well seasoned, but it was covered in so many sundried tomatoes that it was hard to find the meat and it over powered the dish. It was more like a sundried tomato dish with hints of lamb. The Spanish Omelet had little flavor and was over cooked on the outside. The potatoes were well done, but there was no other flavors in the dish. There were three sliced of omelet that were reheated resulting in a cold center and burnt outer crust. The Queso de Cabra was the biggest disappointment for me. There was a nice sized slice of warm goat cheese in the dish, but it was hard to manage on the bed of sliced peppers and tomatoes. I would have liked more tomatoes and less peppers.
The Sangria was fresh and fruity. Nice to cool off with after a hot Texas day.
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