The name of the Magnolia has changed to 95a. Went with some friends on a Monday night so it's understandable that the restaurant wasn't crowded. We ordered drinks and tapas - note to everyone, while they do discount drinks during Happy Hour, the tapas are not discounted, so you will pay the menu price. They did have a fairly extensive tapas menu, and also a sushi menu, we didn't try the sushi. The tapas were fine, crab cakes just so so, the quesadilla was very tasty, the bangers and mash was a mixed bag, the bangers were dried out, the mash was fine. Overall, it was a pleasant experience, the wait staff were very helpful and nice, but it wasn't outstanding. They have a very extensive menu which makes it challenging for the chefs to be good in all areas. I wouldn't say there is one defining cuisine. This is evidenced by the aforementioned tapas - bangers and mash, English, sushi, Asian and quesadillas, Mexican. Perhaps more focus in one area???? It wasn't a bad experience, it just wasn't great, so we will keep looking.
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