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    • J H
    • December 19, 2018

    Not a fan of the food there, something as simple as potatoes has an overwhelming taste of smoked paprika topped with some concoction of a foam that has a weird taste. Spanish green olives served warm with a strange flavor, yuck. We had a few other non-meat dishes, again disappointed and had higher expectations based on previous reviews. FYI we enjoy a wide variety of ethnic foods locally, nationally and internationally, we do not shy away from food that is flavorful in a proper way.

    • Matthew Cloues
    • December 20, 2018

    Really great spot for tapas in Durham. Food is outstanding with variety of choices and regular specials. Really fun spot as well in refurbished section in older building. Is not formal by any means but is really nice in an informal way. Good service. Popular bar area as well. The food is the star to me though.

    • Vanessa Smith Bilbruck
    • February 4, 2019

    Excellent food and quick, attentive service. I will admit that our waitress did not seem to be very happy (she was pretty glum, honestly), but she was quick, attentive, and knowledgeable about the menu. Everything tasted fantastic, especially the rib eye and octopus dishes. Would definitely come back.

    • Kristoffer Mailepors
    • February 8, 2019

    Good staff but for a tapas place everything has eggs and cheese. Other tapas places have more plant based options. They were willing to accommodate, but it was by subtraction, not substitution. One dish was just a like of lettuce with a dollop of marinara.

    • Ryan Calderwood
    • February 22, 2019

    One of the best burgers downtown, good choice for a solo lunch. All of the lunch tapas are tasty, all of the pork plates are really good too. Drink beer elsewhere, six dollars for a twelve ounce pour where the same will buy you a pint just about anywhere else.

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