We were fortunate to have a table upstairs and could see the Napa River. The service was very attentive and they were quite packed that night. The table next to ours was having a roasted pepper appetizer that you dipped in garlic that looked delicious. Should have tried it. Our first two dishes were great - a crostini with egg and sardines and a very fresh salad with delicious dressing. Of the other four dishes we ordered, only one was remarkable, a seafood stew in a fantastic broth. The paella was mediocre (or maybe I just don't like paella after all). I definitely would try Zuzu again and try other small plates. For the amount of food we had, the bill was very reasonable for two, about $100 with tip. Nice, leisurely dining, even though they were packed, we were not rushed.
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