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La Vaquita dates back from 1969, its name derives from a cow that used to rest in front of the restaurant when cows roamed what is now Santa Rosa’s main drag.
I had pizza that was delicious and my partner had locro, a kind of...More
Incredible food and service. Beverages are quite expensive, the food not so much because of the size of the portions, which are BIG so sharing is advised. You cannot be in the area and not eat here, IS A MUST (if you are not on...More
This small, family run restaurant never fails, it's quite small so reservations are a must.
We were there on a Friday night at the start of Oktoberfest but we managed to get a table.
We had mushroom bruschetta and rib eye steak, deliciously cooked, it...More
Good cuisine but overpriced bearing in mind it is a cash only operation. Wines are a little overpriced, especially those of nearby vineyards where the quality leaves a lot to be desired.
Reservations essential as there are few tables inside.
It is not as good...More
I visited this little gem again and standards haven't dropped. It's now high season and lots of tourists around. We had flan casero for desert and it was one of the best ever. All food is cooked from scratch and fresh. The taste is excellent....More
Alongside the road to Yacanto about 10 minute drive from the centre of Santa Rosa, in Santa Monica is this lovely place where everything is hand made. There is also a delicatessen shop attached to the restaurant well stock with gourmet foods and local olive...More
It may not look impressive form the outside but this is a gourmet restaurant/ corner shop with style. Lots of well heeled locals come to get their lunch to take it home. We had lunch outside and enjoyed watching the wild birds that visit the...More