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Posted by anonymous on 05/20/2011
On a recent Friday, my second visit to Tres Gatos, I was still pleased with the delicious and well-prepared tapas, except the portions seemed a little smaller than before. Also, the music is not appropo for the clientele-it is too heavy metal, thus overly loud and noisy. Everyone in the restaurant has to talk over the music. The music should be spanish, like flamenco to match the food. It is a Spanish restaurant! Nonetheless, the service is impeccable.
Posted by anonymous on 03/06/2011
One should not be deceived by the unassuming facade or by the unusual name, but the tapas here are delicious! As my party and I entered Tres Gatos, we were ushered into a warmly painted room with a cozy bar. We actually sat adjacent to the Tres Gatos figurines sitting on the window sill. For our appetizer, we had manchego cheese with pepperoni on crostini. The crostini had the appropriate amount of crunch. The first tapa we ordered were the mussels, which were heavily seasoned to counter any possible briny taste. There also were pieces of chorizo on top of the mussels. My party actually ordered two servings. They were that good! The second tapa, the creamy brandade salt cod was scrumptious over the crostini. It was not too salty. The ensuing tapas: beef empanadas, and mushroom cannelloni, were quite tasty accompanied by a dip and sauce, respectively. The wine we drank which was Spanish in origin, was robust in flavor. We finished off our tapas with an order of churros, served with a hot, dark chocolate syrup infused with black pepper to give it kick! Overall, our dining experience at Tres Gatos was quite pleasurable. We will definitely be returning in the near future!