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“Small Plate”
Review of Hola

Hola
Ranked #5 of 66 Restaurants in Marshfield
Price range: US$15 - US$20
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Reviewed 14 January 2018

always great offerings and good service, one of our go to restaurants. Great empanadas. good prices also.

Thank phclub
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Reviewed 6 December 2017 via mobile

This is a very unique restaurant. Tapas plates here are small portions of gourmet dishes. The prices are reasonable per item but each serving is really just appetizer size. This means to leave filling full you need two or three items per person which can add up. We had an order of pork belly which was served with a mango relish and was delicious. The fish tacos were made from bite size portions of Mako Shark and served with a condiment dish of picante, sour cream, and corn. Again this was superb. The two flatbreads we ordered were very different from what one thinks about when you think flatbread pizza. The one which featured the prosciutto, Gorgonzola cheese, and figs with a balsamic reduction drizzle was a tasty combination of sweet and savory. The flatbread that came with short rib, Gorgonzola, and arugula, was savory and creamy.

The pork belly, two fish tacos, two flatbreads and a bottle of Cabernet came to $82. Sans the vino and you’re at $50.

Small portions of a variety of deliciously prepared, and unique dishes make this a fun dining experience.

1  Thank Peter M
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Reviewed 26 November 2017

Visited Hola with a large family group. We have been many times over the years, but it has been a while since our last visit. We found the menu has some added items which were absolutely delicious and a very pleasant surprise. The prickly pear margarita was great as always. Wines and beer choices were very good. The choice of tapas dishes was wide and satisfying for everyone, vegetarian and meat eaters. The flatbreads were outstanding as always. Highly recommend this very different dining experience for Marshfield.

Thank Marshside01
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Reviewed 4 November 2017 via mobile

I really wanted to give Hola five stars, the tapas that we chose were awesome, cauliflower, aged chorizo and beans, artichokes stuffed with crab and the octopus with potatoes and fabulous sauce were all fantastic. But we were sorely disappointed by their rendition of paella. It really wasn’t paella. It was seriously over cooked rice that had veggies and chicken stirred in. It was pasty and tasteless. Definitely not how good paella should be. We expected it to be as great as their tapas. It was very disappointing and probably shouldn’t be on the menu. We will definitely visit again but will pass on the paella.

Thank Doo406
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Reviewed 27 September 2017 via mobile

Food was great. I got the Spanish Fideos and my husband got the Pounded Rib Eye with shoe string fries. The Margarita was excellent . I'd go there again in a heartbeat.

Thank Cratloegirl
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