Philadelphia . Tapas, Spanish
Spanish spot with a modern take on tapas. Iron Chef Jose Garces puts a modern spin on tapas at this contemporary Spanish spot with warm decor.
217-219 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19106, USA
1 year ago
Had super high expectations for this place, but it didn’t quite live up to them. Overall we did have a very lovely evening. The ambience was great and so was the service. A few of the food items were really stellar. Specifically the Pan Con Tomate, Albindigas, Croquettas, and Chorizo a la plancha was exquisite. However the Tortilla and Jamón was somewhat dry, and the Pimientos De Padrón didn’t have the texture one normally loves. Service and ambience: 9/10 Food and wine: 7/10 Friends and wife: 10/10 (doesn’t count towards evaluation though 😂) @BeatrizMarañonStraarup @JamiePalsgrove
1 year ago
I’m always very careful when eating Spanish food outside of Spain, because it is very easy to get disappointed. This place though, we had heard so much about. Great reviews, the chef is very well know and I must say it was good. Not amazing, but good. Some key dishes failed, but obviously nobody makes a tortilla de patata like my grandma used to make it, so I’ll forgive them for that. Atmosphere & service were great!