Nicely renewed Tapas bar we visited during our stay. Excellent seaside view, very nice owners, Belgian beer... The only thing we missed was a little extra seasoning.
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Obviously a money making exercise - food is poor and service not much better - I have read some other reviews and they can't be talking if the same place! - either that or it was a bad night. Won't be going back for sure.
After arriving very hungry in Callao Salvaje earlier in the evening after many hours of travel we had a look around for somewhere to eat. I'm fairly sure that we passed every eating place there was but the authentic look of La Bodega took our...More
Last time we were here the place was closed and looked like it was ready for pulling down. Newly opened and we gave it a try, we ended up going twice in the fortnight we were there. I had paella and had to wait for...More
It is evident that this place is just seeking to make money by serving very small portions of food. The wine served isn't any better, it is served out of a bottle without any label and the improvised cork was already opened prior arrival at...More
La Bodega TAPAS bar, serves tapas, which are by definition small portions. I assume you ordered the house wine, WHICH LIKE SO MANY OTHER ESTABLISHMENTS, is served from decanters or bottles depending on what the customes orders. If you had wished for a bottle to...More
The location was nice and the place was really clean but the food was just terrible. I had Canarian chicken, which was cold and had a sauce from a jar spread on top. The owner kept telling me that this was a special recipe only...More
We were seduced by how nice it looked but did not enjoy the food at all. Nice place for a wine or beer but we were both disappointed with all of our tapas type dishes. Even the best dishes were average.