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  • South American
  • 221 S 1st St, Brooklyn NY11211 40.713046 -73.958968
  • (Btwn Driggs Ave & Roebling St)
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  • (347) 335-0187
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User Ratings (Based on 12 reviews)

4.635
Food 4.4 Value 4.4
Service 4.9 Atmosphere 4.8

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(347) 335-0187
Fax:
fax
(718) 782-2194
Website:
www.tabarenyc.com
Notes:
Cash Only
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 5pm-11pm Fri-Sat: 5pm-12am Brunch Sat-Sun: 12pm-5pm
Serves:
Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Outdoor Dining, WiFi, Wheelchair Friendly, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Tabare

    Posted by Cindy S. on 08/09/2012

    Definitely worth the trip, if you're not from Williamsburg!

    There's no other word to describe the food than 'orgasmic.' I've taken multiple friends and they couldn't get enough of it. The ambiance is phenomenal. It almost feels like you're experiencing it right in Uruguay! Fun & vibrant during the day, while lively and dimly-lit at night, it is honestly just incredible. The empanadas are scrumptious, not to mention the chimichurri sauce that usually comes on the side. I've tried their chivito, various gnocchis, homemade ravioli, and even different desserts. There's just nothing quite like it. I always recommend it to friends, and will continue to do so, as long as the service stays impeccable and the food delicious.

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    Posted by westvillager on 06/30/2012

    Salty but deliciousness.....

    Octopus casserole is a must! Lima beans were a buttery-soft goodness. Flank steak were generous and cooked perfectly. I requested, medium rare. The dessert, flan, was rich and dreamy.

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    Posted by Williburg eater on 02/05/2012

    Is the chef in love?

    Love the menu, love the people, atmosphere. But chef, go easy on the salt- its been slowly getting out of hand. Especially the pasta dishes are getting really really salty.

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    Posted by Anonymous on 03/22/2011

    Best Milanesa I've had in NYC

    Went there last night and I must admit that I had an amazing dinner experience. The service was amazing and the atmosphere was quaint and very homey. The food was pretty good the only thing is that it might be too rich... The croston con chorizo was a a bit much to take in as a single plate, but as a shared plate it was good. My Milanesa de pollo however was amazing! The Dijon mustard and fried sweet potatoes were such a great accompaniment to the chicken. It wasn't greasy like other places like to do it. The dessert of the night was this passion fruit coconut pie that was light and perfect ending to dinner. I will e definitely be going back this spring/summer.

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    Posted by vla on 01/30/2011

    good food

    Good food and excellent service.

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    Posted by WBurger on 09/18/2010

    My new fav resto

    It's one of those "reluctant to tell cuz I dont want it to be too popular" reviews. The place is small, yet perfect. Vibe is Santa fe-south American-western in a modern designy sorta way that makes you feel like you're at a cool friends ranch in Columbia and you don't want to leave cuz you're having such a great time. Mussels-a delicious mound at $9 bucks, empanadas are scrumptious, best is the cheese. Try a bit if everything- you can't go wrong. Or you'll at least eat well while tasting. Go. Make me regret telling you. Oh, bring a bottle of wine while it's byob.

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    Posted by Sonia on 09/15/2010

    Great Atmosphere but OK food..

    Went with a few friends on a weekday for dinner and we got a table in the patio since the inside of the Restaurant was super hot with no AC. I had the Skirt steak which was a big portion but not a great flavor for a steak. The Tomatoes salad that my friend order was a small plate with just a few pieces of different tasteless Tomatoes. My other friend got Chevito Complete which was greasy big dish and not well presented. We also got the empanadas which were nice but it was a little too pricey for three small ones. We liked the BYOB but didn't understand how they didn't have any wine glasses and our bottle was poured into a water jar and we used regular white juice cup to drink the wine.The patio had a very romantic feel to it which was decorated with candles light. Overall it was a OK experience with good service but it was nothing special that would make me want to go back for a second time.

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