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Posted by michele on 02/26/2006
We went on a Monday night, so the place was pretty empty. The waiter was fabulous and really helped with menu suggestions as well as wine. We had the little bread toast w/avocado and gorgonzola (I think!) cheese on top. It was awesome. Ham and cheese croquets were very good, the calamari (which our waiter added some chorizo to) was exceptional as were the shitake mushrooms. No entrees were even needed, we loved all the tapas. Very cozy atmosphere and great wine
Posted by Bobbins on 02/19/2006
Despite having a reservation, our little party of four was kept waiting for 45 minutes for glasses of water. The lone waiter was completely flustered, couldn't remember our orders and brought us the wrong food multiple times. The menu does not accurately explain the dishes, and you may find yourself with something you definitely didn't bargain for. Top it all off with a loud crowded dining room and inexplicably nasty glares from the two 'hosts' after politely asking to add a fifth to our party, and you have a dining experience that leaves a lot to be desired.
Posted by Javier & Elvira on 01/27/2006
The food is good The music is good, I recommend the flan is AMAZING! And the wine menu is really good! I'll come back! Exciting Place.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/28/2005
This is my favorite restaurant in NYC. Small, cute, cozy, not too expensive, and the best duck I've ever had. The olive tapenade is great too. Gets a bit steamy at the height of summer.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/07/2005
It's different..the food is tremendous...perfect spot for couples...try the chocolate and chorizo tapas...oooooooh baby.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/24/2005
I was so impressed with this Tapas Restaurant. The prix fix was great - 19.95 for a tapas selection, an entree, and a desert (all of which were delicious). I had the ham and cheeze croquets, the steak and the most authentic flan I've had. Also, since the place is kind of small there was only one waiter - but he manned the restaurant like a champ, never neglecting service and also did not seat people right on top of eachother liked some NYC restaurants tend to do. What a great place. I'd go there again and again.
Posted by Angel on 06/10/2005
The velvet curtains only set the mood for one of NYCs most romantic date settings. It is such a cute little place with dark woods and soft lighting, when the windows are open and they have live music it is sure to be an impressive date spot. The Paellla was super yummy and Rioja divine. I'll be sure to return.