This little gem is tucked away on a quiet street, we made reservations ahead of time (their dining room opens at 5:30pm). Very authentic tapas, we ordered the Tabla de Quesos y Embutidos - Manchego, Caña de Cabra, Jamón Serrano, and Chorizo Ibérico served with olives, pan con tomate and raisin walnut bread and the Paella de Mariscos (seafood). The charcuterie board was delicious, everything was fresh and paired well with one another. The walnut bread is fantastic. The paella takes about 40 minutes to cook but well worth the wait. Seafood was tender and not overcooked and the flavours were robust without being overpowering. Absolutely delicious and would definitely recommend this restaurant. Will be back again for sure!
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