My wife and I made reservations for a Thursday, which happens to be tapas night. We erroneously assumed the dinner menu would be available as well. In the end, we left full and satisfied. I couldn't help thinking, however, that I needed a bit more- perhaps a structured and thought-out dinner.
We ended up ordering all but one dish off of the tapas menu. Surprisingly, we enjoyed the macaroni & cheese the most. It was a bit on the oily side, but the flavor was great. I enjoyed the mixed salads with greens but for the price I would not order it again. It lasted maybe six fork-fulls between the two of us and had three tiny (but extremely flavorful) pieces of prosciutto. Of course, these items may not be available for your visit as the tapas menu changes every week.
Overall, it was peaceful in the restaurant, the food was tasty, and the prices within reach for most middle-class (like us) folk. Service was good-not the best but certainly on-par with much pricier restaurants we've been to. Our server was knowledgeable, courteous, and prompt. My advice: if you're looking forward to a traditional dinner, don't go on Thursday tapas night. If you want to sample a bit of everything, then by all means check it out. I look forward to going back on a non-tapas-only night as the menu looks appetizing. The quality of food I saw and tasted certainly merits a second look.
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