First of all, this IS a tapas place. There is no "main dish" in my opinion, but the lamb we had was a bit larger than the others. We ordered twelve dishes for four people. A good amount of food (maybe one less dish, but hey, we were hungry).
We went @ 2pm for a Saturday lunch. The place was empty besides us, but I guess that made the service faster! I hope this place doesn't close... it's not that hard to find and it's great!
Our dishes were: asparagus with goat cheese, fried zucchini flower, padron peppers, a light salmon dish, gnocchi with truffle cream sauce, mushroom ravioli with walnut cream sauce (both pasta dishes were heavy, but delicious!), cod tartar with tomatoes, a yummy tuna dish, tasty croquettes, pat atlas bravas (which were maybe the worst dish, but still good), fried baby squid (so good!), and the lamb leg.
All the food was top notch, with some interesting and unique flavors. The service was great, our server's English wasn't great, but she could explain the dishes. I liked the light/music level for lunch, but if that's the same for dinner I wouldn't. All in all a perfect meal!
I highly suggest choosing the dishes you want instead of the tasting menu, they still bring out the food in the order that makes sense.
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