Tapas was average. Had eggplant, lamb meatballs and dates wrapped with bacon. Dishes were just okay but pricy. Would go elsewhere.
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If you like Spanish food, this is a new-age Spanish style restaurant which is very popular and seems to cater to the younger crowd. The food is good and there are some unique different dishes but not in my humble opinion, truly genuine Spanish cuisine....More
Been here a couple of times. Very well made and very authentic tapas. Lovely croquetas and I also really liked the churros and chocolate. Great lunch time stop off. Give it a go!
We left after our meal with the feeling that they were not overly interested in serving tapas on the night we visited. I have had much better tapas in my home town of Brisbane as well as in Barcelona. We were seeking a light meal...More
I was so much looking forward for an authentic Spanish meal. We came in the late afternoon hours and were seated promptly. Place was empty. The food was just ok, nothing to rave about. The salad we had was very simple: romaine, sprinkled with hazelnuts...More
We ordered plate after plate of great tapas, including unusual flavours like cheese-stuffed dates wrapped in bacon. Remember to order a jug of sangria or two, to lubricate a great evening! Not really cheap but for New York, not overly expensive either. Try it!