First of all, why would anyone want to eat Spanish food in Shanghai? But if you get past that why would anyone run a Spanish restaurant in Shanghai where the temperature is around 100 degrees Fahrenheit without having functioning air conditioning? That's what happened last night. The manager explained that the building management (the restaurant is on the fifth floor of an office building on the Bund) controls the air conditioning and the restaurant has no control. Maybe someone should have thought about that when negotiating the lease. Any way the heat was very unpleasant and the food not great (to be charitable). Dumplings any day of the week over El Willys.