Doesn't look like much from the outside, sitting in a downscale strip shop center. Inside, it was reminiscent of small, family owned restaurants in Europe. The service (from the moment I walked in the door) was above average, and the menu was reasonably varied. The food? Good but not great. I shared their signiture dish, paella. It was pretty well loaded with sausage, shrimp, scallops, etc. Well seasoned and plentiful, but I had a slight issue with texture. My past experiences with traditional paella is with a slightly moist mix of the seafood, meats and rice. Cafe Seville's version had so much juice in it that it was soggy. It didn't take much away from the flavor profile, but it wasn't my favorite preparation. I thought perhaps it was just my personal taste, but several collegues (who grew up with traditional Spanish dishes) agreed. Don't let this stop you - they also have a decent variety of fresh seafood, some delicious sangria, and other tempting choices. If you do go for the paella, let them know as soon as you are seated, because it takes at least 20 minutes to prepare.
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