The hubby and I had dinner there tonight, and although we are glad to have had the experience, we wouldn't call it one of our favorite restaurants. The staff was wonderful, and we were shown to our reserved table right away. We chose the butternut squash soup, fried eggplant, chicken fritters, shrimp, and the clam dishes. The only one we really enjoyed was the butternut squash soup (and it might be the dish that brings me back again!) The other dishes were average, and I left feeling like I didn't eat enough. The dishes are pricey too (we spent $100 for 2 cocktails, a beer and 6 tapas), but I can see where it would be a fun place to come as a group or to have a new experience. I am glad we ate here, but it won't be one of our "go to" restaurants in the Asheville area.
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