Although this place can get very busy, we visited on a Sunday around 5 pm and were the only patrons. We started with prunes wrapped in ham and the sardines on toasted baguette. Both very tasty although the ham was chewier than I had expected. The second round of plates was pork cheek casserole and a nice dish of spicy chorizo. I paired it with a glass of cabernet and my friend chose the "poor man's sangria", which is red wine and orange soda (it was nice.)
We ordered both desserts on the menu: Chocolate terrine with peppers and drizzled in olive oil plus a lovely creme caramel. Both were delicious.
Service was attentive due to the fact we were the only customers! My friend had been before and said even when it was busy, the service had been very good and friendly.
The only downside was the bill. For a similar tapas meal in Spain, the bill would have been half of what we paid. It actually caused a sharp intake of breath when I saw it because for that price we could have both had a full meal at numerous other nice restaurants. So be careful when ordering!
Nonetheless, the quality of the food and service was very good.
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