A lot of the food is here is less tapas than various dishes served in small portions in tapas dishes; nevertheless, my husband and I enjoy the food a lot, especially the "jalapeno poppers" (that's not what they're called, but that's essentially what they are) and lamb with "avocado sauce" (now that actually IS called that, but it's essentially guacamole). They have good wine and lots of outdoor seating beneath trees and umbrellas - a really beautiful place to be in warm weather.
Unfortunately, the service isn't great. Most of the servers are pleasant and sometimes even outgoing, but it's clear there aren't enough of them. It takes a while to order and receive your food, so prepare to be here a while.
If you have the time and the cash, this is a nice place to lunch outdoors.
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