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Posted by anonymous on 06/07/2010
tapas are always going to be pricey, so when you find a tapas place with quality dishes, service and wine - you stick with it! the blistered peppers w. sea salt was a spot on pairing with the rose. the kroketas were tasty, and the gambas plantxa were one of the most flavorful shrimp dishes i've had ever.
Posted by Chelsea Mom on 06/07/2010
You have got to try the Lengua which is a crispy tongue sandwich with mayonnaise and tomato! Yes it is expensive given the ingrediants. But it is pure deliciousness!
Posted by Spaniard in town on 03/16/2010
Tapas and entrees weren't bad at all, but for those prices we felt there was no value. Drinks are out of the question too, with petite cidras and canas at $9!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/31/2010
Posted by abc on 01/15/2010
Just what New York needs, another overpriced tapas joint.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/13/2009
I looked up the translation of Txikito, it means small. And certainly they have kept their portions true to the restaurant name Txikito or small. We went to this restaurant because we had been to San Sebastian and loved the food there. No comparison. I know tapas are suppossed to be small servings but ...these were miniscule. The two croquetes fit in the smallest ramekin that you ever so. A glass (a very small glass) of Moscatel was $13. After two glasses of moscatel, six different tapas and one desert, we left the restaurant minus $130 and still hungry!!!
Posted by mt on 09/30/2009
Staff has no personality, food is minimal and hit or miss and the only thing grand is the bill. In the end left disappointed and broke...