We went to Tapas 210 on a Groupon. We got there at 7 P.M. on a Saturday evening and were a bit taken aback when we noticed the place was almost empty. Could this mean the place wasn't very good. NO! The decor is beautiful and the dining room is spacious. Since the floors are tile and the walls wood, it was loud in there. But it is usually that way in Spain. Our waitress greeted us promptly and gave us a comprehensive wine list. I was happy to see selections from the Ribera del Duero. Soon afterward a wonderful fresh bread was brought to the table.
The wine was fine, but there was about three ounces in a huge glass.We ordered wedge salad, lamb meatballs, cheese plate and sliders. All were fresh and tasty, but the portions were rather small.
We closed out with a chocolate mousse dessert which was super yummy.
By the time we were set to leave, the place had filled up...most tables were now taken. Kind of European style!
The pros....excellent food accompanied by a guitar player strumming Spanish tunes. Great decor, and great service by our waitress Sara. Cloth napkins and nice cutlery.
The cons....small tables for 2 (the tables for 4 or more were adequate), hard wooden chairs, skimpy serving of wine by the glass, and overpriced.
Still, we will return because the food was authentic and wonderful.
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