This could be a great restaurant. Right now, it isn't.
The service is half very good, half average, and occasionally poor. The food is usually quite good, but pricey.
Start with the table you get...please. We got one cheek-by-jowl with the kitchen, and were forced to have waitstaff carrying brooms and a dustpan (not kidding) wedge their way among us, while we ate. Not at all what you expect for a $200+ dinner.
At the same time, we had an excellent sommelier. Wine was well recommended, but cost about $20 a bottle too much. Stick with Tempranillo and other Spanish wines and skip the occasional French one, and you will probably do well.
The tapas plates ranged from good to very good. I'd recommend the saffron-infused lobster bisque, which had a wonderful presentation and excellent taste. (Although "infused" might be an exaggeration; perhaps "inspired" or "graced" might be more accurate.)
All in all, my recommendation is to be ready to complain if you end up receiving a McDonald's dinner on a Chez Donald price.
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