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by Nathan

The idea of tapas has always appealed to me. I mean, there is so much variety and everyone eats from the same plate, what more could one ask for right? I think we tried up to fifteen different dishes. The better ones (and the ones that simply photograph better- the brie was delish but just wasn’t photogenic) are featured here.



A wine flight to start the meal off. I chose a selection of white wine–the riesling was a tad sweet, and I also ordered sangria, which was alright.


My favorite dish from spain–patata bravas. They were tasty but I was a little concerned about the burnt skin.


Definitely one of the highlights–shrimp sauteed with garlic and sherry.


The clams were nice too. But since we were sharing, I only got to eat one.


Salmon with beetroot. I’m just not a fan of beetroot. The fish was unspectacular.


My all time favorite dessert–panna cotta. Garnished with grapefruit and tangerine, it simply melted in my mouth.


Jac’s favorite, the chocolate souffle. Honestly, it was more like a molten lava cake. The flavor also wasn’t consistent from one souffle to another. Hah hah.

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Ithaca, NY