This is a delightful restaurant marred slightly by cheerful but not entirely prompt service. The location is very lively--at the intersection of two downtown alleys. There are a few outdoor seats that give you a ringside view of the diverse foot traffic and the vibrant outdoor cafes across the alley. The menu is surprisingly large for such a small restaurant, with a number of small Spanish style plates perfect for sharing. The wait staff was extremely pleasant and enthusiastic, and we got almost perfect service until the place got busy and our waitress sort of forgot what we had ordered. Nevertheless the food was absolutely excellent. We ordered the canape board, with a number of bruschetta type appetizers, including shrimp with serrano ham, tomato and manchego, and avocado with shrimp. The dessert was a goat cheese with honey, figs and almonds and it was unbelievable. All in all a very tasty and enjoyable experience, as long as you are not in a hurry.
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