Food was excellent specially the vegetarian paella! It takes time to cook paella so make sure to order from the start, so worth the wait! We ordered several tapas while waiting and really liked the asparagus with jamon serrano and ham croquettes! Hubby loved the wagyu empanadas. Churros and Pedro Ximenez dessert wine was the perfect cap to our evening. Staff were very friendly and accommodating even to my 3 year old. Will definitely be back!
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