We enjoyed our meals here that in 3 days we went back 3 times! Each time we tried a few new tapas and shared a jug of delicious Sangria or a bottle of wine. It was inexpensive and worth it. You must try the grilled veal--around a 2 oz piece of the most tender, delicious filet grilled rare and served a top a piece of grilled baguette with a pepper, it was our favorite tapa by far. You could cut through the meet with the fork! Also try the warm escalivada with goat cheese--your taste buds will be delighted!
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