Arrived right as brunch was ending but a short wait at the bar with a wonderfully crafted drink made it seem like a breeze. Excellent server, minimal wait for our plates and the food was delicious. Definitely must try the Halloumi cheese..
We were a walk in and sat at the bar. The food was great as was the service. But if you are looking for authenticate Spanish then you will only find a few dishes here. I would say it's Spanish fusion. Notwithstanding I would go back. Ribs were outstanding.
Santiago's Bodega, a charming tapas-style restaurant, offers a wonderfully casual and relaxed atmosphere that is a welcome change from the ordinary. Its heart and soul is its beverage selection, where bottomless mimosas and sangrias shine. These refreshing concoctions are generously poured and burst with vibrant flavors, sure to delight any brunch enthusiast or sangria lover. Where Santiago's Bodega perhaps doesn't reach the zenith is in its food. The fare is decent, but it's not something that will take you on a culinary journey. That said, it's far from disappointing - the tapas are good, just not groundbreaking. A diverse range of flavors are present in the menu, but none are particularly memorable or unique. That said, Santiago's Bodega offers an enjoyable experience overall. It's a great place to unwind and indulge in your favorite drink, with an ambiance that's hard to beat. While the food could use a bit more creativity and flair, the restaurant's charm lies in its inviting atmosphere and excellent mimosas and sangrias. This eatery earns a solid 4 stars and remains a great spot to meet friends for a leisurely weekend brunch.
I have been wanting to go here because it was always so hyped up by everyone. I was SUPER excited for the saganaki. The presentation was fun, but the cheese was just hard and meh. The lamb, spicy lentil soup, and ribs were great, though! The tables were cramped and it was loud, but Alan was amazing.
Perfect place for midnight breakfast (dinner after watching Disney fireworks) with delicated tasty small dishes. Must try: Petite-rack Lamb Recommend: Beef carpaccio Highlight: they close at 2 a.m. It made my day! After watching the fireworks at Disney, my friend and I were looking for a place to have dinner. It was a bit at that time due to the crowds. Finally we find Santiago's Bodega. It close late so that we can spend some time to enjoy the food. Food: Food here is amazing. The Chef not only cook but also adopt some ideas to make every dish out-of-ordinary. For example, when I order lamb, I thought it will be toasted as other restaurants do. To my surprise, it services with cripy skin and the inner part is quite juicy. The other dish contains raw beef. The way everything mix together makes the beef does not taste raw at all. Side is bread and they are a great combination. My friend ordered beef steak and meatballs. Service: friendly service and thanks for filling the water so many times. We were craved for water after the whole day walking. Parking: The restaurant has its own parking lot. However, it is limited/the restaurant is too popular. We arrive very late and the parking lot is full. Luckily we do street parking nearby.
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