St. Eriksgatan 108, Stockholm, Sweden
Sangria Tapasbar Stockholm Reviews
A Spanish corner in Stockholm Sep 27, 2010
I was staying in an area of Stockholm where I had not spent much time before. On my way there in the taxi I was talking to the driver about the area and where to eat; he recommended a Spanish Tapas place that was only about 1 km from the hotel I was staying at.
The Sangria Tapasbar turned out to be just what he said it was; a really great place. I arrived just before 7 pm and the place was already almost full, but they managed to squeeze me into a corner from where I had a great view of the whole restaurant.
The menu was large and with a focus on the Tapas; I found some old favourites and where quite pleased with all of them. I had shrimps in garlic sauce, beef slices in lemon, garlic and white wine and a small salad as appetizers.
As main dish they only had 5 things to choose from, and I choose a small steak which was marinated in lime and garlic together with potatoes and salad. All dishes tasted really good and I was satisfied with all of it; together with my food I had a Cruzcampo beer which I had not tasted since I was in Madrid in June.
The place was also kind of cozy even that there was a high ceiling and I found it nice with the large bar in the middle of the place. The waiters were all very friendly and smiling.
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