Went to Sagardi on a Monday night when all of our better options were not open. The place is nice but I was amazed by the prices for what I would consider "ok" food. We did tapas in the bar area as neither of us was particularly hungry. Selection was limited as the place was mostly empty and the restaurant did not bring out new stuff until existing plates sold. The problem is existing plates were not that exciting.
I ordered a half bottle of wine when my partner told me she would not drink. The waiter left the whole bottle on the table and told me we would figure it out later. I eye-balled the bottle to what I thought was halfway. When We asked for the bill, our attitude-since-we-were-seated waiter told me that I drank more than half but he would be nice with me. So great of him!
The overall bill came to almost 300 pesos, which is pretty high even by North American standards for what we ate (16 pieces of tapas, each about 2 "polite" bites and 1/2 bottle of house wine). Elsewhere we would be bursting from the seams for this kind of money.
Overall, not recommended unless you really have no other option. The reason I gave it two stars is because of nice ambiance, being open on Mondays and the cheerful second waitress, with whom we had little interaction because she did not speak English and our Spanish was rather limited. I would have preferred to play charades with her instead of putting up with our waiter's attitude.
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