We visited on an uncrowded weeknight based on a local's recommendation for tapas. They had a large selection but a lot of it was somewhat unusual, kind of like California Cuisine here in the States, and priced high compared to other tapas bars in the area. The first tapa we chose was tasty, but after being ignored by the waiter for quite a long time we decided to move on and found better food, prices, and atmospheres in other locations in the area.
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