This is a relatively new restaurant. I've been here twice. The food was really very good both times - Beef Chimichanga the first time and Beef Fahitas the second. Tapas are very creative (dates stuffed with chorizo and served with raspberry sauce, deep fried jalepenos stuffed with shrimp) and delicious. Refried beans are white and tasty. Service is friendly and excellent. Serving sizes are generous. Each person in our party of 6 was very happy with both their choice of tapas and entree. Prices are reasonable.
If there is a deal breaker, it is the noise. The acoustics are awful. Our first visit was on a Saturday night; it was very busy, and impossible to carry on a conversation with the person across from you. My last visit was on a Wednesday night; it was busy, but not so crowded. Talking was easier, but still a challenge. They truly need to address this issue; it takes away from the whole experience which would be delightful otherwise.
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