This is one of the better Spanish tapas restaurant we have visited in or outside of the U.S.
The décor is very Spanish as in any tapas bar/restaurant in Spain. It is a busy place so reservations are a must. We did not have it and were told of a 45/60 minute wait...after about 10 minutes were seated. Don't know how it came about but we were extremely glad. The menu is very extensive and the wine list as well.
We shared three tapas...tortilla, grilled calamari,and grilled Galician sardines. All three were very authentic and excellent. The portions were larger than in most other
similar restaurants. We ordered a bottle an Albarinho (white Spanish wine). It was served very cold as it should be and it was vey good and reasonably priced as well. The service was also very good. Our server came to our table on numerous times to see if we wanted more food and serve more wine.
We highly recommend this restaurant.
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