They do say on the menu that "slow food takes time". Hardly explains taking thirty minutes to finally bring me the bottle of beer that I ordered, but the tapas were very good. Not great (I wonder if reviewers here has an excellent Spanish restaurant in town to compare), but very good.
The potatoes with aioli were a little undercooked, the two soups we tried (white gazpacho and the Spanish garlic soup) were outstanding. Mushrooms stuffed with green cheese needed to have been baked separately and cheese added at the end and the red tomatoes with topped with mozzarella (?) were cute and tasty if ordinary. All in all, the execution is a little uneven and the place is not cheap. With 2.5 tapas per person, one desert split four ways, a single beer and a pitcher of lemonade the bill came to about $100.
On the other hand, this was one of the best dinners in Puerto Vallarta that we had which tells you more about the quality of other restaurants. Compared to them, this place knocks it out of the park.
Oh and all this talk about the "awful climb". Jeez, people, it's two short steep blocks.
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