I have been to lots of tapas restaurants and find that many have too many inauthentic, fried options. Amada is an exception, and fantastic. We had 7 or 8 dishes between 3 of us, plus two desserts, not a loser in the bunch. We started with a cheese plate with delicious Spanish Manchego plus two others. Other highlights, the ham and cheese croquettes, spicy potatoes, garlic shrimp cooked just to perfection, a flat bread with short ribs (I know, it was weird but fantastic!) and other goodies. Each person has a fondue fork to stab their portions. The best part, a short but good wine list with one of my favorite but unusual wines, Petalos, a wine made from Spain's native Mencia grape. Delicious and a great choice to go with so many flavors. Service really good, bringing out more bread slices as they disappeared with more courses. We really chowed down, had a good bottle of wine, plus a port, for less than $200. See you next month!
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