Delicious, authentic, Spanish cuisine.
This establisment has been around for a loooong time. It is a Spanish market as well as a restaurant. The menu features authentic fare from Spain. I got the tortilla with cheese, chorizo, and ham. It was to die for!! I also had an empanada that was pretty tasty, but the tortlla was the star. My fiance had a sandwich that was also delicous. I would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for brunch or dinner. I would not recommend the market next door unless you want to try something new that is not usually available anywhere else(many products). They are imported from Spain, but they seem a tad overpriced.
Traditional Spanish cuisine and hospitality are always on display at this European marketplace and restaurant.. In Short "Spanish delicacies" is more than just the literal translation of this family-owned establishment. It breathes the concept in combining a boutique supermarket of imported treats, a lively Spanish bakery, and a popular restaurant serving up the country's classics like seafood paella, rabbit stew, and a chilled gazpacho soup for lunch and dinner. Mornings greet locals looking for a quick fix of eggs scrambled with spicy chorizo sausage or Serrano ham, while shoppers stock up on Vichy Catalan mineral water, burgundy sangria, almond turrones, and paella pans. The bakery dishes out freshly-baked goods, including plenty of signature potato and onion omelets. Keep your passport at home, but always bring your appetite.