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Posted by becky on 03/03/2008
i used to come here with my parents as a little kid and always had good memories. finally had a chance to go back with my family last night for my 26 birthday and was pleasantly surprised to see that things have not changed. the food was phenomenal and fresh. the portions were enormous. one of the best parts of the meal were the pitchers of passion fruit sangria that we ordered. the service was great and i cannot wait to go back for their monday night 1 1/4 lb lobster special that is under $20. im very glad to have rediscovered this place after over 15 years.
Posted by J&S on 08/26/2007
Our party was in the area and decided to venture in. As soon as you walk in the aroma will make you stay...reminiscent of your grandma's warm, flavorful cooking! The stuffed clams w/ bacon and the mushrooms with crabmeat appetizers were just decadent. We all ordered a variety of the mariscadas and steak...everyone was VERY pleased. Plus, the sangria was simply what the doctor ordered :) We'll difinitely be back...we all loved the place and think it a gem! The ambiance and service great!
Posted by esp on 06/13/2007
let me first say that i've been to spain more times then i can count and my mother was born there.... this is not "cafe espanol"-you walk in thinking you've crossed the border and stumbled in a mexican restaurant including chips and salsa, and the mariachi- not to mention the burritos in the menu. We ordered the paella which could not have been dryer. would never say this was "spain in nyc" and would def not recommend this to anyone who was in the mood for real spanish food. the only good thing was the serivce.
Posted by emondhavi on 04/05/2007
I used to eat at this place 3 to 5 times a week at lunch time. This is one of 3 restaurants in this area that offer a lot of value, and by that I mean home made quality food that tastes good and is plentiful, at a great price. They have a lunch and a dinner special. The lunch special is the one that's hard to beat. For $10.95 you get: Chips, salsa, and bread that is usually warm and fresh. Salad, or soup. Choice of gazpacho, caldo gallego or black bean. Any entree on the menu under $10. That includes several meat and fish dishes, and three kinds of paella. All the meat dishes come with either rice, french fries or string beans. Choice of Sangria, Beer, Wine or Soda. A delicious home made flan, and coffee. Not everything is equally good in this place, but enough of their menu is, to recommend it highly as a great deal. Things that I've found consistently good: Chicken Estremeña, Chicken Cafe Español, Veal Extremeña, Veal Sevillana, broiled Salmon (large portion), Sirloin Steak (large portion), all the paellas and rice dishes. Their house wine is very nice, so is the Sangria which, though it's made to order by whichever waiter happens to be serving you, it is still consistently good. Their service has always been prompt, friendly and accommodating. I've been there for brunch several times and I've had them make me things that are not even on the menu. I've also called ahead of time to have my food ready when I get there. I love this place, it's an honest good deal, a reliable everyday eatery for those who want to have a satisfying meal at a very decent price in a warm and welcoming environment. I've brought many of my coworkers there and they all love the place as much as I do. We are all low income people and this place fits our budgets and our appetites.
Posted by Angel L. on 04/02/2007
I usually go to this restaurant at least once or twice a month and each time I order the Prime Sirloin Steak. It is very delicious, and juicy to eat every time. The atomosphere can be very loud sometime. The bar area is quite small. This is not a place for a romantic nite out with the lady but a place to hang out with your pals. You will enjoy the food and drinks.
Posted by chriseast on 01/28/2007
We went there for dinner on a Friday night and it was great. As for the chips and salsa...in the menu they explain it is a holdover from when it was a primarily mexican restaurant and you could request bread and olive oil instead. The chorizo was great, the seafood was great...the Sangria was good, the service was top notch and the Creme Catalena was super (also brought to the table en flambe--super). I will definitely go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/16/2006
We went there Monday night after seeing the review in Zagat's about the lobster special. Well, we were pleasantly surprised with lobster deals. We had a 2lb. lobster for $26 and a 3lb. for $31.00. I don't think you can get a better deal in the city. The lobster was very good, served with a salad and a side order. My Fiancee had Paella which she loved. Overall an excellent value.