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Posted by FreakboyJones on 07/30/2007
Best tapas I've had in the village. They are known for their paella which is good, and the scallops are great. Decent wine selection. Friendly waiter who left us alone until we needed something.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/10/2007
No doubt that the place looks phenomenal from the outside. The cozy, dark interior suggests a romantic and intimate evening. However reality hits the second you sit down... I could forgive the one table directly opposite the kitchen (which gives you the distinct impression of staring into an open refrigerator in a dark room) or possibly even the mediocre tapas, but the service... it was so inattentive and brusque that I half expected the waiter to ask us to apologize for interrupting his evening. Overpriced, and unfulfilling.
Posted by angeleyes on 04/28/2006
We had the best experience planning a bachelorette party with Euzkadi restaurant, and the party itself far surpassed our expectations. We had a huge variety of food, everything from tapas, to main courses, to dessert. The DJ kept the party going and the whole restaurant ended up joining in. The complimentary bottle of champagne was such a nice gesture from the staff. We highly recommend Euzkadi for any celebration.
Posted by Anon on 04/22/2006
Friday night: If you want to pay $19 for six scallops on top of one grilled pepper, and have 'Puttin' Out the Fire with Gasoline" blaring into the depths of your soul, then this is the place for you.
Posted by romantic on 03/26/2006
I went here on a romantic date. The resturant was not too full because it was a week night so I did not have to worry about a crowd or slow service. The waiter did not write down our order but everything was served correctly though we did have to wait awhile for the check . The food was very good, the avocado spread and pototoe appetizers were great and all portions were more then enough for 2 to share.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/28/2006
The food was good and the chef choices are interesting. This place has or had potential to be really very good. The atmosphere was young, lively and fun and the prices were reasonable . . . except for the port or sherry. By yourself a bottle . . . each "serving" costing anywhere from $8 - $12 was not even an ounce. The service started out fine, however took a turn at dessert because I didn't seem to order fast enough for the waiter as he fled to the bar for our drinks and flan. Then we finished our order, were served and then when we asked for coffee as the waiter was about to deliver the check, apparently annoying him thoroughly enough to disappear for what seems an eternity. We waited so long for the check and then waited even more to pay. I had to go to the bar to actually pay it and we already had out coats!
Posted by michele on 02/26/2006
We went on a Monday night, so the place was pretty empty. The waiter was fabulous and really helped with menu suggestions as well as wine. We had the little bread toast w/avocado and gorgonzola (I think!) cheese on top. It was awesome. Ham and cheese croquets were very good, the calamari (which our waiter added some chorizo to) was exceptional as were the shitake mushrooms. No entrees were even needed, we loved all the tapas. Very cozy atmosphere and great wine