Stay away from this place if you are expecting authentic Spanish food; everything on their menu has been "Philippinenized" to suit local taste plus recipes and ingredients are not Spanish. We ordered a large Valenciana Paella(which they said was house specialty, and amongst the most expensive items on menu) and the rice came out dry and seafood toppings all minuscule, although we did get a lot of large wedges of lemon instead. The US Angus ride eye steak was tough and sinewy at PHP 1,800; I doubt that steak had ever been close to the USA!!
Service dismal and staff very unknowledgeable of menu offerings, asking about menu items resulted in mumbled descriptions leaving one more confused after asking. The restaurant also suffers from appearing "closed" even while one is dining as certain sections are closed and lights turned off, very strange ambiance altogether.
Some of the menu items tasted sweet, obviously adapted to the local taste; during my travels throughout Spain, I rarely ate anything sweet unless it was a dessert.
If you are looking for authentic, head to Enye at Crimson, which although not brilliant, offers a much better rendition of Spanish food and quality.
Hola Espana obviously is confused as what to offer as being a Spanish restaurant they also throw in Italian items, saw some pizzas floating around also...
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