Stopped in after an early afternoon of wine tasting. The place was mostly empty (it was 2 pm) which was great because it was Valentines weekend. The food was amazing as always. Small plates started with the almonds and the winter salad (nicely dressed and fresh) followed by the empanada (braised beef, winter squash and truffle honey, yum!). The camarones al ajo (shimp with garlic) were deliciously garlicy with just enough spicy bite. The patatas bravas were excellent. We were a little hungry still so we ordered the local oysters, grilled on the half shell. Piping hot with a delicious mignionette sauce with truffle snow on the side! WOW! I could have eaten 4 or 5 orders of that dish alone. The tempranillo the waiter suggested was beautiful with all the food. For dessert, espresso (made with Spanish coffee beans) and their chocolate grenache torte. Yummy. The only reason I could not rate them a 5 (and it wasn't really their fault) was that it was Sunday before Valentines Day and they had just had a record setting night so they were out of quite a few dishes (lamb, churros and one other). Had a wonderful time and would highly recommend going there any chance you get.
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