A group of 17 of us ate here last week to celebrate a birthday. We'd originally tried to get into Andalu but they couldn't accommodate such a large group. Even though they were also busy, Picaro had no problem looking after us.
Their menu features pretty standard tapas fare - patatas bravas, meatballs and the like - but also they seem to have a few more seafood dishes than standard. We really enjoyed a couple of clam dishes.
Additionally, Picaro offers paella. In addition to a bunch of tapas, we order a seafood paella for 6 and it was large and very tasty. If there were only 6 of us, the paella would have been enough food on its own. For 17 people, it was plenty to finish us off - we'd already done with our tapas by the time it came out, as it takes 30 minutes for them to cook it fresh. The rice was soft and tasting and the top was covered in all kinds of fresh seafood.
While we didn't try them, our cab driver on the way to the restaurant highly recommended the oysters. Clams sufficed for us this time - and were super tasty.
When our bill came, we were pleasantly surprised. We had 22 tapas dishes, a 6 person paella and numerous pitchers of sangria (very easy drinking!) and our bill with tax and tip came to $22 per person. Good times!
Now, if only they hadn't let the mariachi band into the restaurant at the end of our meal - that trumpeter was eardrum-blowingly loud!
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