In fairness to the restaurant, the tapas was good and so was the food. My wife and I wanted Paella and despite temptations to get something else from the extensive menu, we stuck to it and got the paella. It was good but not really authentic in my opinion. I really wanted to get a steak made in the Argentine way, with a nice glass of Malbec. We are planning on going again soon. Service was very helpful in navigating the menu and the sangira was very good, servicde a little slow though maybe because it was crowded.
Want to try again.
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