We went there with friends thinking that they had the usual
standard Italian menu. Instead they have the Spanish week or something that offered tapas and other Spanish dishes. I ordered "Poninha" which turned out to be some kind of Minestrone like dish. The desert "Parfait" was just average too. The others ordered "Aletria" so called angel hair pasta with Iberian ham, cherry tomatoes and spanish olive oil. But it is more like Chinese vermicelli. Anyways, the ambience and atmosphere at the end balanced out our disappointment but yet we paid a hefty price for it. Will only go back here once they are back to the usual Italian menu that they are much better at.
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