New to the area we didn't know there was a real Tapas place in the region. That will teach me to include Cambridge in my searches.
We went with the $35 Chef tapas. Just the right amount of food, we would rather quality than quantity and we were not disappointed. The plates are spaced out perfectly to enjoy your evening while you wait for the next course. We never felt rushed the whole night. The only regret was not finishing the soup, it was very good but we didn't know how many courses were to follow.
They told me they just moved from a smaller location (30 seats) to the larger venue (100 seats). I felt sorry for them, all that work and they should have moved to somewhere bigger as there was always a steady stream of people walking in, some walking out because there were no tables.
I called for reservations and the table they provided was private even though we were in a high traffic area. It was a good experience. The best seat in the house seems to be the private alcove for a group of 4-6 people.
The building is old but they did a great job of utilizing the stone walls and original floors.
The service was very good and everyone was friendly and knowledgeable.
Two things I would change. Cloth napkins might be a good touch and more variety on the red bottle wine list. All but 2 bottles seemed to be Cabernet Sauvignon. On the other hand the bottle we got was really good (Malbec).
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