Very artsy interior. We loved the total tapas menu but the food was very hit or miss. A Cuban coffee rubbed skirt steak was delicious but a little too tough. The conch croquettes were crunchy and hot but the creamy conch filling was a little bland. A ceviche with passion fruit was amazing to look at (given its pink foam topping), but it had a mushy consistency. Spinach with raisins and pine nuts was large and a nice change. One of our favorites was the simple par amp toma quet (similar to a flatbread) which was topped with very fresh tomato and generous anchovy. The service staff are very helpful and accommodating. The noise level is over the top so conversation should not be a top priority.
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