Went there with friend on May 5th. They ha love music, great atmosphere and their wonderful tapas. My friend was there for the 1st time and loved it. I always love this place. Recommended.
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This used to literally be my favorite restaurant. We hadn't been in a while but our last visit wasn't quite as wonderful as it used to be. Everything was still good overall and the service was friendly. We got a pitcher of red sangria, 4...More
Just went here for a bachelorette party, for a part of 12 they did an amazing job! Quick service and a fun environment. Sangria was delicious and so was all the amazing appetizers. (goat cheese marinara dip, spinach and artichoke fried, calamari, steak tenderloin, pork...More
Fun atmosphere. Delicious array of tasty tapas. Attentive wait staff. Cocktail selection is diverse and aromatic. Owner is friendly and welcoming. The front of the restaurant has doors that open to the sidewalk- very European atmosphere.
Live music, nearly full bar/lounge, cool staff, and good food. Hard to do better than that in Clayton. Might want to invest in a meat slicer though. While I like the chunked up Serrano jamon, I've usually eaten it sliced thin like prosciutto. It becomes...More
Had dinner with a large group so we got to try multiple tapas. Overall very disappointed. The paella was flavorless and sticky rice! The tortilla was dry. The chorizo was not chorizo. Croquetas were okay. The baked goat cheese and was good, even if the...More
My husband and I went here for a night out dinner. The food was great with a variety of choices of tapas. We had the meatballs that were awesome, grilled cauliflower that I would highly recommend, a fish and potato pancake that was ok and...More
Went for a dinner date. Planned on sangria, a few tapas, and paella for two. The sangria was tasty. For tapas we ordered goat cheese, cauliflower, and calamari. All were tasty. The paella was a disappoint since it had almost no flavor. The service was...More
Very lively place, with a wide selection of delicious tapas. I would have given it a 5, except for two reasons: 1) the sangria seemed watered down, 2) they changed the bread pudding, which used to float on a bed of caramel, alas no longer.