The restaurant claims to offer tapas, but is not a tapas bar. It is far from seving tapas, and I do understand that location has lots to do with it.
The "Tuna crudo" was an actual ceviche made out tuna with capers and mustard, it was tasty but did not match the description on the menu, which is very limited to say the least. Flavors were shokingly good, and it had a good presentation. But there are no tapas served here. Every "Tapa" that we order came out with a lot of bread. Nothing compared to the tapas I had in Europe or elsewhere in the USA. If anyone rated this place anything over a 3 out 5, is becuase they probably never been anywhere were real tapas are served. The most upsetting part was that the prices are too expensive.
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