Always crowded, we were recommended this place by the groom of the wedding we went to in Portland. Busy, lively, and noisy. Be prepared to wait in line to get a seat, but is fun. Not a lit sign on the window or over the door, so be prepared to use your GPS to find it. We drove past it twice trying to find it. Paella was spicy and filling, but a little greasy and not really the kind you get in France, but is worth it. Loved the French kisses (prunes stuffed with fois gras), the fried anchovies were good too. The lamb in the hand cut noodles was stellar and to die for. Plates are small, so although you might order 5 or 6, between two people, you will come out just perfect and not like a beached whale. Really nice and it seems to be what the Portland foodie experience is all about. Food overall is probably a very good, good. Not excellent, but the atmosphere makes it seem very European and fun.