La Tasca Restaurant Review

Elise Nagy ’12 |Editor

If you are looking for something with spice, then go to La Tasca. La Tasca is an authentic Spanish restaurant located on 7th street in Washington, D.C.

La Tasca is perfect if you don’t want to limit your meal and try new things. Tapas are dishes served in small proportions; ranging from seafood tapas to poultry tapas to vegetable tapas, each tapas is flavorful.

Brocheta De Pollo is one of the tastiest dishes and is perfect if you do not want to try something strange, but still try something new. Served as a Kabob, 5 pieces of chicken on a stick grilled, sounds simple right? What makes this dish so tasty is the Andalusian spices and red pepper.

Each Tapas range from $6.50 to $7.00. so if your tired of the turkey and holiday cookies, make a trip to La Tasca.

Calamares or simply just Calamari is a perfect starter for your meal served with a side of Cilantro dipping sauce. Some Calamari is almost too rubbery, or too crunchy but at La Tasca, the calamari is fried and battered where its just crunchy enough, and the wait for the dish is bearable.

The restaurant itself is uniquely decorated with two floors connected with beautiful spiral staircases. Special events are held, including Salsa dancing on Thursdays and Fridays.

This restaurant not only gives you a different style and taste of eating, but also provides a beautiful environment and a friendly staff to serve you.

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