Good service, good tapas excellent Jamon Serrano and Queso manchego served with daily bread. Reasonable price too. Worth a visit for sure
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The food was very nice, good strong spanish grounding lacked a little bit of pizzazz but tasted great. Sangria was amazing, but what really sold this place for us was the staff - especially Regina, happy, smiley really warm and welcoming - treated us like...More
My husband and I were looking for something a bit different from Vietnamese and found this place on TripAdvisor. We were the first patrons to arrive but given it was early evening that did not bother us. Our waiter was wonderful and made our time...More
We popped in here one night for dinner - the drinks arrived - waiting, waiting - no dinner - when we asked how long the food would be - a sadly old arrogant woman stompted off to see. promptly when they realised we were not...More
Recommended restaurant in the local guide book. After 1 week of fine Vietnamese cuisine we thought it good to get a European dish again. We were tempted by a 'burata' salad, a delicacy also in EUROPE. The burata was fresh and came from the neighbouring...More
La Mancha is located in a popular tourist area and offers tapas and a wide range of drinks. We went for a meal and drinks and stayed because at 9pm the Filipino band started up. The place had two Latin dancers on the floor encouraging...More
The place definitively has a charming style, very cute and comfortable. the food was fine and my Pina Colada became two has it was done nicely.