An absolutely pristine restaurant with very good food. We ate our way through 8 tapas and several beers and thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon dinning experience. The plates are larger than traditional tapas in portion size but so are the prices. Four people could share four different plates and still have room for more. The stand out dishes for us were the Paella and the Ceviche of seafood. And the Tres Leches cake.
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