This is a small and pleasantly dim little place with interesting wall decor. The draw is tapas, the Spanish small plates of various tasty concoctions. We started with an order of marinated olives, four different kinds, while waiting for our lamb-stuffed pimiento (pepper) and beef empanadillas, all delicious. We had a glass each of Dominio Heredia, a tasty Spanish red with the meal. We added the chorizo tortilla to share, and finished with a custardy cream Catalana. I had an espresso-like Cortado, and Bride had a thick and creamy Pedro Ximenez sherry. We sat at a window looking out onto Lombard, it was delightful. There was one small glitch with the payment machine, but we finally were able to pay and leave, satisfied and smiling.
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