Ate at some really great tapas places while in Barcelona Spain and when noticed this place while driving to the strip we decided to stop. It's a nice looking place but it's very busy and very noisy. The wait service is slow. The padron peppers are just like you will find in Spain. The petite filet is delicious, but expensive at $13 for what amounts to a couple of bites. The stuffed dates were tasty as were the camarones al ajillo ($11). The sangria is tasty, but probably better to get it by the glass instead of the $31 pitcher. Would go again, but not in any hurry to do so.