The menu is divided into areas of tapas: bread, vegetables, meat, seafood, paella and sides.
The bread (pan con tomate) is $7 and can be adorned with Serrano ham, Manchego cheese, or white anchovy for an additional cost.
The vegetable tapas range from $5-$9. We’re most excited about the pan roasted Shishito peppers with sea salt ($6) and the Marcona almond crusted goat chesse with orange and olive relish ($7).
The meats range from $7-$25, with the higher end consisting of a full charcuterie plate with Spanish cheeses. We are excited to try the cocoa crusted striploin with Valrhona cocoa, fava beans, fennel, and mint sauce ($14).
The fish tapas range from $8-$14. The simple cod fritters dish (with salt cod and garlic aioli) sounds appealing ($8). The Catalan mussels ($8) will also be high on the list. Following common menu trends the fish section includes lollipops (tuna, anchovy, and octopus, $10).
Three different paella dishes round out the menu (whole prawn, grilled chicken, and roast chorizo). These range from $15-$19.