Their "tapas para muhcos amigos" is what would be called an appetizer platter at a sports bar or "family chain" like Chile's in America (i.e., a restaurant that serves at best medi ocre food). Everything was fried and very salty. It almost made me cry, missing the well-cooked, properly seasoned tapas at Jaleo in D.C. What made this all the worse is that the waitress never came back to get drink orders. It would have been annoying enough had I not just split a platter loaded with salt and grease and was thus incredibly thirsty afterward. My husband had to go to the bar to get another round. We were also charged for a drink we never received (from when the food order was taken -- since the waitress never came back for any other drink orders).
Then, after all of that, extremely loud pop music came on, and they started flickering the lights on and off, trying to pretend to be a club. I was eating with people from places ranging from Peru to Italy to Syria -- everyone was annoyed. We grabbed waitress, paid the bill, and split as soon as possible.
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