The food on the menu isn't really authentically spanish. There is paella, but it's cooked more like chicken and rice than an authentic spanish paella. A lot of the menu including empanadas are argentine.
Service is awful. Staff miscommunicates. Most of them have a don't care type of attitude. It's a hole in the wall in a strip mall.
But for what it is...really latin american comfort food...it's not bad for the price. In LA there are 3 types of spanish restaurants: 1) authentic ones where you pay through the noses, 2) ones where entertainment is more valued over the food, and 3) places that trade under the spanish name but are really something else. This restaurant falls in the third categroy and is ok for what it is.
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