Your eyes are drawn relentlessly outward. At lunch, when the restaurant seems busiest, you have a sense of what the view could be: Office workers, jurors and tourists pack the tables and the park. Conversations range from politics to trials to business to -- at my table, at least -- a sandwich with serrano ham and manchego cheese, salty, porky, creamy, with just enough of a funk to keep you interested.To read the full review, visit the RFT restaurant page late tomorrow afternoon or stop back here Wednesday morning.
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