We were all the mood for a tapas-style experience and our wonderful server Yesenia coached us through the menu, advised us on how much of each dish we needed to order for four people and offered several improvisational suggestions on how to help make the non-tapas items we wanted to try work better for sharing. She did a fantastic job and greatly contributed to our enjoyment of the meal.
There was no way we were going to pass up Jamon Serrano, Queso Manchego and Cured Spanish Olives...almost like being in Barcelona again!
The Empanadillas de Carnes (spicy meat-stuffed mini pastries) were to die for, and some of the tastiest and most authentic I've had in this country. Crispy and muy rico!
Wade wanted to try the paella, and thank gawd he did because it was some of the best any of us have ever tasted. Our veryfine server offered to bring small plates for everyone at the table so we could all share in this lovely offering, which was uber-saffrony and laden with really fresh-tasting shellfish.