This is by far the best option in pricy Carmel if you are into tapas, spanish flavors, paellas and all that goes with it. We had two substantial tapas and the duck on our last visit. We like some adventure in food so tried some of the tapas that you won't see often. Some of the more obscure choices in hot Tapas include the Coliflor, which is sort of a mixed cauliflower with gruyere chees and horseradish. Another unusual tapa option is the almond/bacon/dates/cheese dish.
Excellent food but in our two visits, we found that the service was a bit variable. It seems to depend on who you get for a server. If they could fix that issue, it would be a five star.
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