We stumbled upon this spanish place after seeing the Eiffel Tower. We were originally planning to eat somewhere else but when we saw the pata negra hams hanging it caught our attention. The place (purposely avoiding the word restaurant) was just opening up. 2 small tables outside and 3-4 tables inside. Most of the place was filled up by the bar/hostess station area. The girl who sat us down, took our order and "made" our food was nice. But from the last table with a view into the "kitchen" I could see through the saloon doors to see a fridge/storage closet area and what had to be a small kitchenette. Ding! The microwave went off and we knew we were in trouble. We each ordered our own dish but the waitress told me they were out of my dish. I just assumed an ingredient was missing. But it must have been gone from the freezer selection they had to choose from. Mind you this is summer, Friday night, and the place first opened so I wasn't sure how they would be out of something. So I shared some of my husband's paella. It tasted the same quality as a boxed Zataran's jambalya rice- with a frozen mix of seafood added on top. The flavor was poor considering the meal was 19E!! Seriously?? And of course the water we ordered were 5E per bottle. I guess it all goes to rent because they are not investing anything into this place other than the ham hanging on the wall. A huge disappointment.
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