Just an average Spanish tapas Bar. Really not a memorable experience but not bad at all, just ok. Nothing more, nothing less.
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I've often heard that the worst time to try a restaurant is when they're not busy. I tried La Plaza for lunch and was the only diner. The server (owner?) was quite busy taking care of business on the phone, and I felt like I...More
Been to this tapas bar a few times, love their atmosphere, the service is attentive, also love their tapas, very fresh and tasty, especially the grilled veggies and garlic shrimps! Happy to have found this place and highly recommend this place if you love tapas!
We arrived at the end of their lunch service -- which might account, in part, for the indifferent service. The food was also a bit uneven, but some was simply outstanding. The chorizo, albodingas, and shrimp dishes were all delicious, but the star was the...More
It is a sort of tradition for us to find at any place where we are in the world a nice Spanish Tapas Restaurant ... and we found it also in Phnom Penh ;-). La Plaza Tapas Bar is a small and cosy restaurant with...More
We had tapas and beside the shimps with garlic, they were not tasty. Fried chirizo was dull, cheese and fish croquette were just ok, vegerables a la plancha very greasy but nothing special. Overall we were disappointed. The worse came later, when the food proved...More
I love tapas love spanish food so from the reviews and because its not that far from where we are staying we thought it would be good but we got cheese croquettes which had no real flavour they really needed seasoning...spanish meatballs which were boiled...More
This is a boutique restaurant that makes you think you are in Spain. It is owned by real Spanish people and they cook very traditional dishes like in Spain. I love the authenticity of their cuisine and the modest but detailed decoration inside. Their paella...More