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After some time, we returned to this restaurant located in Chacao. I had heard that it was not as good as before, but any way we decided to go again. Let me tell you that we ate very well and the service was excellent.
This place is really amazing.
The best Galician taste.
The bread is hallucinating.
The Iberic ham is fantastic.
Totally fabulous place.
Tortilla at its finest.
Fantastic wines from Spain.
This is a must if you are in Caracas.
This amazing place is one the most spectacular Spanish restaurant's in Caracas and has been extraordinary for a long time now.
Every dish is superb.
When the owner is there you get the most amazing plates ever produced in Venezuela.
This is probably one of the best galician restaurants in Caracas. The octopus is superb. the bellota Ham is magnificent, the cheese they bring is fantastic. All the traditional recipes from Galicia are simply magnificent. Totally recommended for business or special occasions.
Caracas is famous for its "tascas", specially those in La Candelaria and Avenida Solano.
But for me the best one is in Chacao and it is Mesón de Andres. Here you will be attended by the owner, Andres. Everything is good..
Try its "tortilla" or...More
I had about 3 years I did not go to this tasca in Chacao. Today we went for a business lunch and the food was fantastic. As tapas, we ordered tortilla de papa con chorizo (potato omelette with chorizo) and garlic shrimps As main course,...More
Authentic spanish cuisine, fabulous atmosphere, Great seafood, stews, meats, paella, etc. THE place to go. Best basque food in Caracas, best any food in Caracas, this little place is like eating in a little sea side home in Spain！
Caracas has a tradition of tascas that rivals Madrid itself. With that in mind, and even though I have a family history of visiting another spanish restaurant in Caracas, I have to say that El Mesón is just my first option for an iberian themed...More