Hands down best paella in iron bound! Please try this place! It's old fashioned and could use a face lift but service is impeccable. One paella is enough for 3-4 people. Decent wine list. Good for big groups.
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An enjoyable intimate dining experience. The owner takes great pride to ensure every diner has a positive experience. Terrific Paella and Sangria.
My wife and I were in the area. Decided to eat out. Checked the TripAdvisor app and found this place. Decided to check it out based on the reviews. Definitely, the reviews are correct... This is a wonderful place to eat. Staff is super friendly...More
We have eaten at Casa Vasca several times over the years. This last visit was with friends we eat out with every few months. The restaurant is old school, cozy, a bit off the beaten track and delicious. They bring a big pot of soup...More
Have been here often in the past. Never fail to have an enjoyable meal and evening here. Service is excellent. Food is delicious. A varied menu, medium price range for dinner. Soup accompanies all orders. Excellent basket of freshly baked rolls included. Portions are very...More
The restaurant ambience is sweet and cozy, but dignified, the service is friendly and attentive and the food is Delicious!!! I had the salmon with champagne cream sauce which was amazing, and my husband had a tomato based shrimp dish which was delightfully spiced and...More
Really enjoyed this place as a nice change of pace. Great food, great service, quiet and reserved atmosphere made for a enjoyable dinner. Would highly recommend if you appreciate authentic Spanish cuisine and/or looking for a quieter alternative in the Ironbound area
Casa Vasca Gem in the heat of Ironbound Newark – Hidden favorite on my list of “best” in Newark- cozy authentic Located just a few blocks from The “s” Tavern and local rotisserie chicken restaurant is a wonderful restaurant, It is on my top 3...More
Hostess (matron) very pleasant and accommodating. Cozy authentic European atmosphere. Food was average, swordfish and shrimp tasted very "fishy", didn't smell too bad but didn't have that "fresh" taste. (grilled swordfish was dry). Parking was very interesting, a few doors down in a tight winding...More