What a perfect place for a fun night out! Tables filled with couples and groups all seemed to enjoy the attentive and friendly service and variety of tasty tapas. Our table certainly did. The empanadas and seafood croquettes were great. The Morocco Meets Spain chicken dish sounded more interesting than it was, but we still enjoyed it. The ensalada de Mariscos was a lick-the-plate-clean seafood salad star. We enjoyed a nice sized pitcher of sangria, perfectly balanced flavors and not overly sweet like many served elsewhere. Flamenco dancers performed on a small stage tucked into the front corner of the dining room, and the music and dance was as good as any that we had found in Seville.
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