We went to LaVinia for the first time on a Sunday evening on the recommendation of friends. While most of the restaurants we passed were half empty, this place was packed. The menu is varied; plenty of tapas. We tried the grilled calamari and the veal carpaccio, both of which were good. One of their signature dishes is the paella, which was fantastic. We split an order and it was a very generous portion size. The staff were friendly without being annoying. The owner makes a point of circulating among the guests to say a quick hello. My only issue is the price of the wines. I feel they're a bit steep, but that is my complaint at most restaurants!
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