The restaurant was quite lively on our Thursday evening visit, which made the dining room somewhat noisy and hard to hear. The sangria was delicious. The first Gimlet came with a great basil taste; the second one was lacking and it was hard to find the basil at all. The hummus spread was yummy. Goat cheese with tomato sauce was a perfect accompaniment to the bread. The artichoke crostini was a bit messy to eat but was definitely worth it! The scallops in saffron sauce was the least successful dish as the sauce seemed watery and devoid of flavor. The churros with chocolate ganache dipping sauce were excellent! Cappuccinos were good. Overall, a pleasant dinner and an enjoyable evening.
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