If by any chance you like Spanish tapas, wine and good food in general, then you'll love this place. We walked in this place for lunch while a local carnival was in progress right on the corner, so you know how pack it was. We ordered like six different tapas like: gambas al ajillo (shrimp in garlic heaven), vieiras (scallops), my favorite finger-licking fried calamari served with squid ink sauce, some great, great goat cheese stuffed small pimientos, and off course a delicious bottle of a "Malaga - Jorge Ordones" wine. The plates are all done by young chefs, so you'll find a new style of the old favorites like patatas bravas, but nevertheless very tasty.
No complains whatsoever with the service, everyone pitch in. If I must ad my critics I would say that the place still needs to work on the ambiance. Nice work done with the wine boxes, but a bit more Spanish tradition IMHO, would add to the Spanish flavor.
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