The place is quaint to say the least. The decoration is a bit off of the traditional Tapas Restaurant. But don't let that throw you off. The selection of hot and cold tapas will get you going and if you combine it with some of the great wine they have, you've got it made. We topped the evening with the Callos a la Madrilena, A typical Spanish concoction of very thick soup full of chorizo, morcilla, garbanzos and tripe. Every spoonful was a mouthful of ambrosia. The service was the best, because the owner takes care of you directly.
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