The tapas were fairly good with some better than others. The clams were tiny. Several dishes came with rich broth that called for bread which was not provided. The only bread available had to be ordered extra. The sangria was terrible. Don't order it unless they make big changes. To call the Sangria Hawaiin Punch would be a disservice to Hawaiin Punch. There was no fruit in the Sangria which came in a small pitcher filled to the top with ice and small glasses also filled to the top with ice. It tasted like a mix of some kind. My sister had dined at this restaurant several years ago and said that the Sangria was very good at that time, very similar to what one would be served in Spain. She was dining with us and was very disappointed that the Sangria was such poor quality, because we ordered it on her recommendation. Service was ok, but the waiter did nothing when we complained about the Sangria except to say that he would pass it on.
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