this is our family go to place. Great tapas and wine list is great and the service is the best ..Yummmm
Think ahead on this one, as it seems to be always booked. Reservations are a must! The food is different but tasty. It is an authentic Spanish tapas restaurant. We ordered five tapas for the two of us, and we left bloated! We felt the tapas were brought out two quickly. We ran out of room at the table. We... More
I had a hearty Spanish interpretation of the roast pork sandwich and a lovely white bean soup for a very reasonable price. Plenty of leftovers. This is a grand option in the area.
Really, really cold night in Philadelphia. According to the front desk clerk we were very lucky to get a table, (on a Wednesday night?????), so I guess make a reservation if you want a table. Everything is family style, so get ready to spend some $$$. We had a variety of tapas. The green salad, Parmesan artichokes and complementary tuna... More
Made a visit while visiting on business, heard plenty of buzz about this place. Highlights include the roasted peppers stuffed with crab, the Ermesenda cheese with hazelnut puree, the flatbread with artichokes, mushroom,truffle and manchego and for goodness sake you have to have the lamb meatballs, they will change your life.
We ended up at Amada during Philadelphia's Restaurant Week - where restaurants all over the city offer a prix fixe menu. Firstly, the amount of food that Amada gives you for on the prix fixe for the price is astounding. Secondly, make sure you have reservations. Thirdly, it's absolutely delicious. The restaurant week menu was all tapas, and came with... More
Stayed in Philly for the weekend and were looking for a place to have a nice dinner - we love tapas and found this on yelp and were not disappointed in any way. We were seated within about 10 - 15 minutes which gave us time to have a drink at the bar. Excellent food! Excellent Service! We ordered a... More
I love Spanish tapas and this is the best. Don't miss the patatas bravas, flat breads, clams with chorizo, .... Reservations take 2 weeks for a Saturday night and is pretty expensive, but its worth it.
We ate here before leaving early for Key West the next a.m. So we had an early reservation. The first impression is that you just walked into a trendy tapas house in Madrid. It's further stamped on you that it really is an Americanized version of a Spanish tapas house as you look at the menu. We had a very... More
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