The portion of boquerones($12) I was served, was very small ( must have been baby sardines). I asked for an order of langostinos ($15), and I was served a really small portion of CRAWFISH. The jamón serrano was Ok. unfortunately, I was not very impressed with the dining experience or the service. More...
The food was great. The wine selection was great. The service was great. If you're a tight-wad with your money this place isn't for you. We spent $220 on dinner and we didn't go crazy. Also, it might be a good idea to get a reservation because the restaurant is a little small. More...
The bacon wrapped dates were dangerously good
Rita Sandoval Sanchez
Love that Sangría!! And the service was wonderful!!!
Perfect! We travel from Houston, TX every year just to eat here!
This waz my 1st time there & I absolutely loved it! Enjoyed sampling various rhings rhat were recommended to us. I would highly recommend and return if I ever come back to Santa Fe.
It was amazing. The food and the entertainment was fantastic !! So thrilled we're able to get a reservation and it all worked out !!
Tina Marie Simpson
Excellent food and service
This was my first time to eat here and my first time in Sante Fe. Will definitely be back
Sue Doty Willard
Wonderful meal here. Wait staff very friendly and informative. Food was fantastic! We will be back!
Really nice place for large groups of people, since everything is served as tapas except for a few plates you can order lots of stuff and share with your party! Loved the life Music!!! And our servers were top of the list!! More...
Barbara Cordova Venable
Great happy hour! The food was wonderful and the bartender was absolutely great. I highly recommend La Boca for happy hour or dinner.
La Boca for dinner - amazing Spanish tapas! Opened in 2006 by 8-time James Beard Award Nominee, Chef James Campbell Caruso. We shared the Jamon Serrano ham from the sierra, dry cured Spanish ham ~ imported; Manchego Sheep's milk cheese from la Mancha region of Spain, Membrillo; Bacon Wrapped Dates Stuffed with marcona almond, cabrales dipping sauce and pomegranate molasses; Moroccan lamb stew with tomatoes, figs, olives and Israeli couscous salad; Romero Farms Beet Salad with pickled onions, citrus, toasted pepitas, pomegranate seeds, queso Leonora and citrus pomegranate glaze; Arroz Cremosa with crab, Idiazabal, red peppers and parsley oil; Tacos de la Boca with sautéed wild caught shrimp and morcilla, mango cucumber salad and pimenton agri-dulce. Service is excellent, room is pretty and not noisy despite being packed and we had such a great Spanish guitarist playing amazing music. What a treat! More...
No words could make this place justice. The food is just incredible and the wines are so beautiful. Service is great, I just love love love this place
Pablo was our server, and probably the best part of our visit. He gave us great menu recommendations, and went above and beyond to give us great service. This place is amazing. You have to try it if you're stopping through Santa Fe! Most menu items are small plates, so I recommend ordering more than one item! The bruchetta was our favorite! More...
Belinda De Grey Osborn
Make sure to book reservations as the restaurant tends to fill up quick. The food was overall very nice however the paella was a bit of a let down given the over hyped recommendations. Keep to the tapas dishes. They were delicious. For best results. More...
Have come to la Boca for years. Very disappointed last night: limited their menu, removed stuffed dates, no bread. Hope they go back to good old days. Joann
Underwhelmed with the food, drinks & service :-(
Service - Forgetful... Maria NEVER came back check on us. When we finally asked a busser for the bill, she races back and says: "Oh gosh, did I forget to order you something?" Yes, about 30 minutes ago!
Food - while nicely plated (hence the two stars), the House Cured Tuna was so tough it was like chewing on jerky. The Chorizos Iberico was uninspired, and honestly, we've had better at the grocery store. And the accompanying "mustard seed caviar" that Maria initially raved about, was SUCH a tiny portion (like 1/8 tsp) it was joke... on us.
Drinks - their Spanish Sherries, again recommended, were extremely oxidized. And I don't mean sherry-like, but totally stale with wet cardboard flavors that detracted from what might have been a nice wine - a long time ago.
After spending nearly $70 (before tip & tax), we left hungry and disappointed. Will not return nor recommend More...
Not a true tapas bar, but that might not work in the U.S. food is good , but expensive for what it is, just good. The terrace sitting with the Spanish guitar and the woman signing is maybe the best in el mundo. While I love the terrace, music, the food disappoints. More...
My sister and I decided to have lunch here since she had a gift certificate and neither of us had been there before. One of the best decisions we could have made. The menu, though not extensive, covered all appetites.
We started with Chicharrones Andaluz and Gambas al ajillo. Both were perfectly cooked and seasoned. The chicharrones were crispy and the shrimps cooked just enough. Grilled artichokes and olivas al horno finished it all off beautifully.
We each had a glass of Tempranillo that our waiter recommended that went perfectly with the meal. Service was efficient, friendly, and knowledgeable.
A little pricey for a casual lunch but so worthwhile. I can't wait to go back and try their dinner menu. More...
Rosy Aide Valdez
I asked Natalie the hostess for specific table she told me they were reserved (fair enough for me since I didn’t have a reservation) but all the time I was there those tables remained empty I think she just didn’t want to accommodate us there and felt she was somehow rude, we ordered paella huge mistake it was not good at all and the rice taste like Uncle Ben rice, disappointed, our waiter was awesome, and since we barely eat our meal he removed the paella charge