There's a sultry authenticity to this delightful tapas spot, which blends Mediterranean and South American influences with skill and care. Dishes include the signature boquerones, stuffed with the flavors of white anchovy, egg, and remoulade; or tender lamb chops in a minty-sweet Moroccan barbecue glaze. Daily specials might reveal a rich and spicy seafood stew. At a recommended three plates per diner, there are opportunities to sample numerous dishes. The space is better than ever after a brief closure for earthquake retro-fitting, with a colorful, brightly tiled floor and artfully rusted Mexican tin tiles on the ceiling. Other attractions include their extensive list of sherry or wines by the glass, and dinner served until 11:00 P.M. on weekends.
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