“Sometimes 10 people order it on any given night”
When Seny opened earlier this year in East Walnut Hills, executive chef Travis D. Maier's concept was refreshingly high-minded for such a Middle American city as ours. via Cincinnati CityBeat
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#1 Jan 11, 2008
I lived in Spain for a while, and was so excited to see a Spanish restaurant come to Cincinnati. Unfortunately, this missed the mark. The tortilla espanola is served hot, so you feel like you're eating a real omelet (they should be room temperature, always). The croquetas had no flavor. The sangria had no flavor. The only thing that was excellent was the charcuterie plate, and that was not made by the chef...
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