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“Sophisticated tapas for a reasonable price!”
Review of La Cacharreria

La Cacharreria
Ranked #14 of 267 Restaurants in Caceres
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$5 - US$6
Cuisines: Mediterranean
Dining options: Breakfast, After-hours, Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Breakfast, After-hours, Reservations
Reviewed 21 August 2017 via mobile

We had some tapas for dinner in La Cacharreria on 18/08/2017. Really high standard of food with rich and deep flavours, great looking as well. Service really professional and nice. Would recommend it to anybody.

Thank Tommy R
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Reviewed 10 July 2017

An unusual restaurant in the old city creates unusual, creative,l and delicious tapas. Don't miss if you're tired of the regular style.

Thank cocinacontenta
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Reviewed 26 June 2017

Our hotel (La Boheme) suggested here for lunch and they weren't wrong! Brilliant food mainly with a twist and friendly service. First time I've eaten pork snout, what can I say, it was utterly delicious! Done in a thin wrapper so it looked like crispy pancakes. Not sure I'll ever eat it again but only because it would never be that good so quit when you are ahead, especially with pork snout!

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Thank toniShanghai
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Reviewed 10 April 2017 via mobile

The tapas here are such good value! Really delicious, freshly-prepared and in decent portions. I won't tell more of a story than you need so yes, it seems best to arrive at 20:30 to join a queue for doors open; no, groups of 7+ aren't allowed; and yes the food is awesome.

To add something to the other reviews; the toilets are currently out of order in the restaurant so you have to use those in the cafeteria part and these are beyond squalid. Peeling paint, no soap, no lock or even a catch on the door (men's anyway) and a bin bag covering the urinal. If you have the misfortune to go there before eating you'll probably leave and miss an excellent meal. To quite 45, "Sad".

Extra info: There are two small rooms in the restaurant, one has stools and the second has chairs. The stool room is filled first before the second one is revealed behind a sliding door, so getting a seat there is a balance between arriving late enough to avoid the first room but not too late for the place to be full.

Finally, I wrote that the opening times are confusing, this is because although the cafeteria part is signed as open most of the day it doesn't seem to do food as you'd expect; when we asked about it at 8pm we're were (rather bruskly) told to come back to the restaurant at 8.30.

Thank alpinesi
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Reviewed 30 December 2016 via mobile

As a Sydneysider I was missing ma hummus and ma guacamole and was so excited to see these historical reference items on the menu. The hummus was prepared with peanut oil. Not seen this before and loved it. The guacamole was served in a martini glass with three varieties of corn chips (which our Mexican expert said were authentico ) Luckily we got there bang 8 o'clock as a crowd had formed and there are not many seats. The service was spot on and the dishes came out hard and fast. I love Spain and one of the many reasons is the shared tapas style eating, the small cold beers, the cheap and delicious bottled water, the can't get it wrong red wine, the people, the pork and the cheese. All brilliant at this restaurant. Cost for 5 greedy diners with beers and wine and dessert was 70 Euros. Highly highly recommend especially if you want a hummus hit.

1  Thank spiceylulu
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