This place has been in business since the 1920s, and still looks like it from the drab, dated decor. But that's part of the experience. Delicious, traditional "home style" Spanish specialties in generous portions. Fast preparation, accommodating service, and overall, quite tasty. Loved the salad dressing. We arrived about 6 pm and by 7, the place was packed — and it's a tight environment to maneuver. But we'd go back and try a new selection of items on the menu. We especially like the paella and the chicken in almond sauce.
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