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Posted by anonymous on 08/08/2013
If you want to drop $40 for a glass of wine and about 2 bites of 3 different tapas then this is the place for you. Unbearably tiny (don't go with more than 1 other person) and obscenely overpriced. Tapas restaurants in NYC could learn from actual Spanish restaurants: tapas are tiny plates and shouldn't cost as much as a full meal!
Posted by anonymous on 02/24/2009
Love the food. Love the ambience. Too small for groups but perfect for two. Love it!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/16/2008
Working in Chelsea, it's finally nice to have a place you can swing through after work and have a great glass of wine and some superbly delicious snacks. I was with a large group of people, so we basically tried everything, and it was all delicious. Granted, I didn't try any of the seafood dishes, but everything otherwise was amazing. Aside from the food, the space was adorable and the staff was wonderful - attentive but not overbearing, and very helpful to a wine novice like myself. Although I loved it and will definitely be back, I'm hesitant to recommend it - don't want too many people to steal my new spot!!
Posted by Anonymous on 09/06/2008
Went to El Quinto Pino last week. Place is extremely cute, service is amazing. The wine is great. The food portion is EXTREMELY small. I paid $10 for the "cheese of the day" which ended up being smaller (and thinner) than a Kraft Single. The panini's a good, except, once again, paying $13 for something that should be around $8. Left feeling hungry... Great place for drinks.. not a good place for dinner.
Posted by delightmares on 01/28/2008
I would love to own this place! The wine flowed like angel tears, the food was spiced by chefs with sensitive tongues, and the service came with a smile. Please tell me you guys have a ten year lease.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/03/2008
Great for a drink and nibble.