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Some of the Catalan-style tapas served at this vibrant spot use herbs plucked from its garden patio.- Google
"We had the hot chocolate and churros for dessert, which were divine."
"While it might deter the timid, the sardine/avocado crustini are devine."
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Amanda White
3 months ago
Excellent experience! From service to food and wine, it was outstanding. Our server was fantastic. She seemed to always have an eye on us and read our cues perfectly - she gave us enough space to talk and catch up without interrupting, but also was quick to stop by when drinks were nearing the bottom. The food was also wonderful. I was surprised by the large portion size. The flat bread was the best flat bread I've ever had (it may be because of the manchego cheese, which is my fave). And this is the first place where the churros con chocolate transported me back to Spain - right on the money! I would be very happy to return and enjoy another meal here.
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Stephanie Manley
a year ago
This was an amazing dining experience. We had a tasting menu that was quite frankly delicious. We had seven different items, and then we had dessert. Highlights of this meal for me was the Serrano Ham salad with grilled peaches and white nectarines. The gazpacho was amazing, and the potatoes with the Garlic Aioli was also quite good. The meal was well paced, and we didn't feel rushed. The desserts we tried were good. We had their butterscotch flan, their amazing hot chocolate, and some white nectarine sorbet. All quite good. I thought the meal was well priced, and quite frankly amazing.
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Alicia Nysse
a year ago
My boss' rented out this restaurant for their 40th birthday celebration. It was an awesome spot for such a great party! Lots of room for all of the guests and the food was amazing! The staff was great and catered to everyone so well.
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Em C
a year ago
Food was great! However, it was super expensive, albeit, this place IS in Noe Valley, so you're mostly paying for ambiance and location. I can easily name a few tapas places where I pay the same price, for the same quality, but more in quantity. If you ARE here though, try the hamburguesas. So good. It's at $5 a pop though for a slider-sized burger, but it IS really good.
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Eugene Park
a week ago
As you might expect, you could come here for the small plates by themselves; just about everything on the small plates menu outperforms its size and role. It's worth checking in periodically on the seasonal mains; the summer garlic-based white gazpacho is a memorable recent standout.
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Philippe Beaudoin
6 months ago
Some of the most delicious tapas I've ever had. Go for the 7 course tasting menu!
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Niko Klein
2 months ago
Best restaurant in the city, hands down.
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Don V
2 years ago
Eaten here twice for dinner. The first time was very good, had lots of the meat and cured pork plates. The second time was ok, I had the halibut and patatas bravas. I would recommend the patatas, the sangria and any of the pork dishes. Also try Tuesdays, they have paella night, includes paella and 4 dishes for $32.