I was born and raised in Spain and this is by far the closest thing to Spanish tapas I've found in this city so far. I admit, I haven't tried all, but this place can run circles around Cafe Iberico. The place is small, but we found a table for 3 no problem when we went in. Most of the menu seems reasonable, sticking to typical tapas. My biggest gripe in most places is always the ""Pan con Tomate"" (bread with tomato), this places gets it right, but rubbing the tomato on the bread instead of piling the bread with chopped tomato. To me it was a bit on the pricy side, but I guess you pay a premium for authenticity 7,000 miles away! Excellent, coming from a Spaniard.
Pros: Food quality, Autentic, ambiance
Cons: A bit cramped space, It's not cheap