The design of this venue recalls a rustic front porch, especially with the angular wooden beams, high track lighting, and lush greenery. Visitors can sit on the ground floor next to the verdant plant life or move upstairs and take advantage of a better view.
The variety in seating arrangements reflects the variety in the cuisine. There are several menus, including one for the restaurant's namesake, tapas, the classic Spanish starters. The lunch and dinner menus offer a collection of other internationally inspired favorites like Greek Salad and Smoked Marlin. If there's still room after you're done, browse the desserts, or try an aperitif from the list of crafted cocktails.
The dining experience here begins with choosing your seating, whether it's in the lounge and bar,... Read more