This restaurant's faux castle setting conveys a sense of medieval Europe with its stone walls, distressed wood floors and wall murals. The menu emphasizes fine Spanish cuisine. For starters, a broad selection of tapas includes Iberico ham and five different house-made soups. Seafood choices include four preparations of salmon and red snapper. In addition the chef offers a rich lamb dish, suckling pig as well as expertly prepared quail which are all worth ordering. Keep in mind they close early on Sun, at 7 p.m.
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