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Barcelona Tapas Restaurant Restaurant Review: Latin tunes, Spanish tile, and orange and yellow hues add to the relaxed feel of this tapas restaurant that skirts the edge of downtown. Choose from a selection of small plates or try the lunch buffet for a sampling of South American fare. Paella with chicken, chorizo, mussels and fresh fish takes a little longer to prepare, but is worth the wait. While biding time, munch on manchego cheese with quince purée or crispy fried artichokes with a glass of sangría. Alas de pollo, the most delightful Spanish version of spaghetti, offers thin vermicelli pasta with a tomato sauce of chicken, chorizo and peppers. An array of most dishes is offered on the Sunday brunch buffet that also features made-to-order Spanish omelets, eggs Benedict with a saffron-infused sauce, french toast and Bloody Marys. Top off the Latin American experience with café con leche, fresh fruits and nuts, Barcelona flan or warm bread pudding finished with caramel sauce.