I chose this restaurant for my birthday dinner in September. Upon arrival, La Finca looks just lovely all lit up with hundreds of lights. There are all different areas to sit in the garden while having a few drinks, but we head straight to a table.
We are given a complimentry bread basket with dips & order some Mojitos which are huge & really nice - you even get to choose which type of mint.
Later on we order a 1/2 jug of sangria to share & that's also really good.
For dinner we chose 6 tapas plates & a salad, the stand out being the chorizo & cinnamon croquettes 39,000. Some of the other tapas we tried were the crispy mushrooms with paprika aioli 35,000. Crispy potatoes with cream cheese sauce, paprika confit & crushed chilli 45,000. Beef meatballs with fresh tomato sauce & feta cheese 49,000. The most expensive tapas we ordered was from the specials board - Crispy suckling pig cheeks with red wine balsamic reduction 75,000 & while it was nice, it was probably our least favourite.
For desert the kids have the churros with chocolate dipping sauce & my husband has been chatting to the owner & told him it was my birthday, so they brought out a platter with Happy Birthday written on it & four little pieces of citrus cheesecake. Apparently the recipe is from the chefs grandmother.
The young owner is a lovely fellow who makes an effort going table to table chatting with his guests.
All up for meals & drinks including 2 imported still waters, the bill came to around 950,000rp, such good value for an amazing meal.
After dinner, we sit in the garden while we wait for our taxi to arrive (the staff are happy to order the taxi for you)
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