Always good food and attention. Try the tomato bread with serrano ham, the "pochas" soup, the Gettaria fish.
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After being a frequent customer we stopped going 5 years ago after the third successive poor experience. Yesterdays lunch was simply delicious. Taste,quality and presentation were coupled with impeccable service and an ample and reasonably priced wine list(obviously leaning towards choices from Spain) The "new"...More
The food here is good, with a different aproach to spanish dishes, good ingredients and well prepared, but the service throws it all away, the place was nearly empty on a saturday night and all the waiters were watching the soccer game, I had to...More
I love the place, service is very good, food presentation is nice, taste much better, desserts really really good, wine list complete fair prices, you get what you paid for; always food arrives on time, valet parking very nice and good drivers (quite uncommon in...More
I love to visit this recently renovated restaurant; you are always received with a smile and great Spanish ( and some Mexican) food and beverage possibilities. They serve particularly good salads and "botanas", their fish is always fresh and well prepared. Possibly one of the...More
Alaia is a very good option to try different Spanish dishes from the usual alternatives. The restaurant has a nice modern venue with a good ambiance. Very good place for business encounters. Seafood options are highly recommended in this place, so are the desserts.
While it is an Spanish food restaurant it acomodates mostly mexican families, business people and Academics. The University of Mexico is very close. On this ocation, on a sunday the service was very good. Regarding the food I tryed a Pampano a la Sal. I...More