Sabroso + Sorbo
Had dinner here for restaurant week! It was fabulous. Our server could not have been more gracious, and knowledgeable. The meal was really amazing, and one of us, from Spain, said the food was authentic and imaginative. The starters we had were the Brussels sprouts with jamon Serrano, the albondigas and the beets. All yummy. The house salad, with red onions and olives was a nice change from your average salad. The red snapper was delicious and the desserts were wonderful. We had the creme Catalan, which is like creme brulee. This was nicely done. And the Spanish donuts with chocolate, were a delectable variation on churros con chocolate. This was a really great food experience. The location was great, with a bar on the other side of a wall, which prevented the noise from the bar to interrupt our conversation. Really beautifully designed.
Warm ambience. The food was tasty and with good portions for tapas. The bartender Will was great. He approached our table to describe the cocktails on the menu. He made an excellent Verano and Sidecar.
Service was very slow
Meeting with colleagues for dinner after American Heart Association Scientific Sessions. The restaurant was apparently not too busy, so it was very quiet. The hostess was warm and welcoming. We appreciated the low noise level. We could have meaningful conversations without yelling all evening. We share some small plates, which were delicious. 2 of us ordered the fish dish. The dish was tasty, a rather large serving and a little on the salty side. Our server was very accommodating. 2 of us also from California and disappointed, but understood in this Spanish themed restaurant, that there were no California Chardonnay’s on the wine selection.
no/ a little while after eating someone had a mouse run over their foot
Super great restaurant. We had a large group and without requesting it, they provided us with a private room. Which was great because our visit was to talk though some things and it would have been difficult if it wasn’t for that private room which was much quieter.
I had dinner with two friends and it was an excellent meal. It took a while to find the place because it isn't' clear from the description that it is actually inside of a hotel. The decor is great and the food was really good. We have the snapper ceviche and the steak tapas. Then we had the snapper entree and the portobello mushroom steak. The snapper was so light and fluffy and flavorful. The portobello mushroom steaks were the best I have had. I would go back to this place in a second.
Had a business lunch with a client and was very disappointed. Service was very slow, had to find the server to get her to take our check (the restaurant was empty). The servings were incredibly small (18 for chicken which was a very small drumstick/thigh). And there were fruit flies swarming us the entire time.
Tapis is not would I would call this food. It is packaged food that I think is microwaved on site. The people were all very nice but I would skip this one for local food, like a Philly steak sandwich.
I ordered 6 different tapas and 2 desserts and they were all delicious.