Food and service were good. Thought flavor was a bit underwhelming. Had fond memories of visit there before,just missed on taste.
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We took a weekend getaway to Asheville. Zambra came highly rated by our B & B hosts. I made reservations based on those recomendations, unfortunately I booked them for the wrong night. The staff at Zambra was very understanding and was able to seat us...More
We tried 6 different tapas dishes and while of none of them were bad, none of them were outstanding. Why? Because all six were served luke warm and they cooled too quickly. Because the food was nicely cooked but the sauces lacked robust or interesting...More
The food was spectacular, the paintings on the ceiling. We had meat marinated in pomegranate juice, & it gave it a bbq flavor. Check it out!
Arrived an hour before closing. A little slow to be seated but once we sat down service was good. Ordered six dishes and they all were tasty. Decent quantity for tapas also. Small selection of local beers, large selection of wines. So far best meal...More
This atmoshperic restaurant has a wide range of tapas that are delicious. The grilled shrimp, asparagus, scallops, gnocchi, and steak dishes were fantastic.
2 dinners 3 months apart, without a single miss among the 8-10 tapas ordered. Pleasant atmosphere, very good service. Our favorites: arugula salad, chargrilled octopus.
Busy busy place! Love the atmosphere and really enjoyed the tapas or small plates,some of which are not small! We had an amazing bottle of Spanish wine that was recommended by our server and our night was divine!
We really enjoyed Zambra's for dinner. The atmosphere is quirky and fun and our waitress was great! The sangria she recommended was unique (cloves and cinnamon made it taste like Christmas) but we loved it. We ordered a variety of tapas and all of them...More