Bottom line: I wouldn't rave, but it ain't bad.
The room is pleasant, if a bit corporate-chain feeling. The service is competent, though again in chain-style it has a hustle bustle feel, with busboys and food runners hurrying about.
The food is sometimes good and sometimes boring. I only had tapas, so can't speak to the quality of the paella. The anchovy tapa was tasty & satisfying salty, over rolled-up leaves of romaine lettuce and with some type of vinaigrette. The fried calamari were pleasingly tender, but lacked adequate crunch. The shrimp & orange salad just didn't have that much going for it in terms of strength of flavor, and there weren't enough of the main ingredients.
Desserts were a bit better. Churros were crunchy on the outside, soft & warm on the inside, and great when dipped in the accompanying orange-hot chocolate. The baked apple was pretty basic, stuffed with raisins & a bit too sweet.
I had a nice glass of a Cabernet/Temprenillo blend.
On my Park Ave S. new spot tour, I'm set to hit Barbounia with a group next week, so I'll report back.