My wife and I dined here this evening. We live but 10 blocks from the restaurant and were shocked that we had never tried this neighbourhood gem as it's open over a year. The restaurant on the lower floor of a brownstone is beautifully designed and decorated with comfortable, amply sized tables. The staff is young but experienced, professional, and well-versed regarding the menu. We started by sharing the paper-thin sliced jambon with tomato toast on the side and were in heaven. We shared the mixed paella (allow 25 minutes for preparation) and we're pleasantly surprised to find the sea food on a bed of flavourful risotto rather then rice. For us this will definitely go on our list of local eateries to be revisited again and again.
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