We love the whole concept of tapas because you can get several smaller plates to taste and share rather than just, say, an appetizer and a main dish. Zuzda added a nice wrinkle to the concept in that they provided such a wide array that included eclectic dishes with European, Latin, Asian and California influences, but also a nice list of items that I would classify as comfort food for friends that might not be as adventurous.Our waitress was spectacular in explaining each of the dishes that interested us and advising us on the different sizes of each. This was helpful in making decisions on numbers of plates to order. You can BYOB, if you want, but there is a $15 uncorking fee, so why bother? Other than that, the price was very reasonable.