We have been eating at the Spanish Tavern for more than forty years. I remember the small original place across the street, celebrating birthdays in this restaurant and on and off having memorable food. The sangria and the flan are still excellent. But the paella was an expensive way to eat rice! The seafood ....lobster, mussels, clams were not fresh or of lower quality than I could buy at a supermarket. We go out for food that I do not make at home and Paella is one of those foods. The chef needs to improve the quality of the shellfish. The portions are huge but I would not recommend this place at this time especially when there are many other fine authentic restaurants nearby. My average rating is a bit of a gift. We were a large party and I did not want to complain but the Spanish food needs improvement.
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