We ordered the paella contadina, the sea bass daily special, and a homemade stuffed shell. The paella was a little odd; the cornmeal mushy and bland, the sauce, with sausage, peppers and tomatoes, very heavy and rich. The shell was really tasty. I have no idea what was in or on it. The sea bass, nearly $30, was just ordinary; my own sea bass in lemon and capers would have tasted better, I am certain. All the food was scorching, and we had to wait quite a while to be able to eat it. The complimentary garlic bread was a gooey white bread slathered with garlic-flavored crisco. The atmosphere was very nice, very dim, so you couldn't tell how clean the place was, but the decoration was beautiful. Reasonably attentive service, except it was very difficult to understand the servers as they raced through the explanation of the specials. The specials were not written down anywhere (and we had no idea a piece of sea bass would cost that much). I would say the food seemed prepared from real ingredients, not mass-produced by a food service; but it would be good to find out what on the long menu really shines, instead of just ordering what sounds like it would be good.
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