Enjoy! Great lace! Paella is amazing, salads are fresh - wine list is wonderful! So good! It's a must do - hit u gallery next door ask for Ruth after a good meal - and buy some great art!
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This quaint restaurant is tucked away down an alley but a great find. Excellent service and quality of food with a great selection of both tapas and entree dishes.
We visited Amalia Cafe during our family vacation to St. Thomas, and it stood out to us for so many reasons. It is a charming restaurant, with a bit of New Orleans/ European charm. We ate here the night before the restaurant closed for a...More
Located in the middle of Charlotte Amalia on one of alley ways. We had a great lunch with a pitcher of home made Red Sangria. We had two appetizers shrimp and sausage and split the Paella as a main course. Leave room for the bread...More
Truly outstanding meal with Carl from North Carolina in a beautiful side street setting! We didn't select our meal; he "told us" what we were having and wow did he deliver! The escargot and Carribean Lobster were our faves. We will be back!
Absolutely the best place for a friendly lunch and awesome food. The owners are cool and go out of their way to make the experience awesome. They serve the world's best Key Lime Pie!
Not sure where to start. The ambiance of this small Spanish cafe is incredible. Cozy and comfortable. Cobblestones lead you to the open air restaurant located in Palm Passage, just off of Waterfront. The friendly atmosphere starts well before the owners greet you at the...More
The atmosphere at this restaurant was great. The food was ok, my wife's iced tea was undrinkable, and out waiter was poor. I had the Seared Tuna Salad, which the waiter described as some tuna on lettuce. Actually it was good, but his description almost...More
The tapas we had was delicious- garlic shrimp and scallops. We ordered Paella and were disappointed. Did not seem authentic- more like seafood placed on top of rice. The sangria was fair and our waiter was unpleasant. The restaurant is located down a charming alleyway...More
This was the last stop on our cruise. We were salivating for some decent food and stumbled upon this little gem. The owner greeted us and gave us a sweet table near the little alley it's situated in. The menu was Spanish and well-rounded. I...More