We wandered into Taberna La Boca in Santa Fe for dinner and were treated with excellent food and a great atmosphere. The restaurant isn't big, but the place feels airy and relaxed with modern decor. We had several tapas, including slow-cooked tomatoes on toast, grilled artichoke with goat cheese and mint (although the orange zest was what made it feel fresh & lively), creamy cheese risotto with chives, flavourful patatas bravas, pasta verde with portobellos & spinach, and a great seafood stew with a lovely green broth. They had a great wine list too, and we were surprised that the bill was entirely reasonable. We'd definitely recommend it!
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