We chose this restaurant per the reviews, while on our honeymoon in Santa Rosa. We both had been wine tasting all day, and were in need of a small bite to eat. The food was fabulous! We started with the Scallop Dumplings and the Filet Sliders, yum! We also had a great cheese and meat spread that was wonderful.
The waitress seemed to be a little short tempered and snotty with us. The place was busy, but we were a little turned off. The whole idea of tapas is appealing to me, but the atmosphere seemed very forced and pretentious.
If you like a small, tasty bites and great wine, you will enjoy! Hope you can handle the impatient wait staff and intimidating atmosphere!