Ate on a Thursday night and were seated promptly at the convential tables (more comfortable than bar height tables and stools). Drinks order taken and delivered promptly though my husband did have to ask for a glass for his beer rather than drink from the bottle. Tapas (3 different dishes) were nicely presented and were very good. The paella was a different story. Very heavy on the smoked paprika which made the whole dish quite bitter and gritty, no trace of saffron, and was more like a risotto than a paella. No crust on the bottom. Was very disappointing. Time between ordering and delivery of churros dessert was very long, almost to the point we were preparing to leave. Staff seemed busy cleaning up and preparing to go home rather than attending to orders. When asked if we enjoyed our meal on paying I did make the comment re the paella. Was told would pass onto the kitchen.
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