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Tinatapa's handles hankerings for authentic Spanish flavors with a menu comprised of small bites and full-sized dinners. Aim your eating apparatus toward bite-sized portions of spicy mango shrimp ($8.95), seared ahi tuna asada ($8.95), or goat cheese al forno, which allows baked goat cheese to pretend it's pasta with appetizing accouterments of tomato sauce and garlic toast ($6.95). For those who prefer less Lilliputian fare, full-sized portions are also available, from house specials such as roasted salmon with a sweet and zesty chutney ($14.95) to seared Filet Mignon steak with rioja wine sauce ($18.95). Save room to satisfy the sweet tooth with a fresh, house-made dessert such as tres leches cake, yellow pudding cake with banana and pineapple, brandished in a saccharine sword fight ($4.95).