the place was packed, yet it was pleasant and it was possible to carry a conversation. very trendy place with great decor and knowledgeable service (at least from the Spanish speaking ones).
the food was generally very good. We tried the Serrano (just ok), the pulp gallega (excellent), the cod in green sauce (ok but 18$ for a microscopic portion?) the chickpea (excellent), OK the bread and tomato, the seafood paella (a good portion at 46$, serving the 3 of us) very good, except it was burned!? the desserts were amazing (chocolate with salt and olive oil, lemon mousse also with oil). all in all a good experience for Toronto, but certainly somebody else must be able to offer standard Spanish food for less than half this outrageous price! the portions are even smaller than the standard ones in Spain for tapas, no bread even offered, wine very costly.
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