La Tasca (Lakeside) Reviews
Description:Address: Unit 6 The Boardwalk / Lakeside Shopping Centre / Thurrock / RM20 2ZP / Spanish Tapas Restaurant and Bar
Newest Review: ... of wooden handles and things with pictures and old style tables and chairs, we have eaten at the venue at Lakeside shopping centre and it revels in its original stylings. It is located on the popular Boardwalk area where most of the restaurants are and is very busy, rightly so in view of the prices and food on offer. We have found that the staff were really good, coming straight over to ... more
Customer La Tasca (Lakeside) Reviews (3)
by - written on 29/09/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
La Tasca is a chain of Spanish Restaurants throughout the UK, to be fair it is nowhere near as good as a decent Spanish restaurant, but it does supply a variety of tapas dishes at very good value (Especially in Central London). We have recently been eating at La Tasca quite regularly as there are a number of fantastic offers on, the one we have been enjoying is 50% off the entire food bill for a meal, this has proved really good value as it means we have been able to try so many options on the menu and only pay half of the full price. The decor in a La Tasca restaurant is quite faux Spanish, it has a lot of wooden handles and things with pictures ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/09 (Very useful, 20 readings)
La Tasca Lakeside is situated on the relatively new Boardwalk development of restaurants. It is a Spanish themed restaurant with an authentic Spanish menu with lots of different tapas and paella and of course Sangria. The lighting is quite low and an atmosphere of warmth is created with the vibrant Spanish decor. The tables are all wooden and have candles on each to add to the ambience. When we went we had been shopping for the afternoon so we had worked up quite an appetite. The waitress explained that we should have 3 or 4 tapas each if we were hungry or recommended that we try one of the set menus which have a selection ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/09, updated on 27/03/09 (Very useful, 187 readings)
La Tasca has been a place I always wanted to visit as I love tapas and meze style food, where you pick from lots of different dishes. I love to have variety especially when eating out. So we decided on one sunny weekend to go out for lunch to La Tasca at Lakeside. ~History~ La Tasca started its humble beginnings in Manchester City Centre in 1993. La Tasca is now present in 70 locations within the United Kingdom. ~Location~ The Boardwalk is a mini complex of restaurants, bars and a cinema attached to the Lakeside Shopping complex. Despite being purpose built each restaurant I have been in has its own identity and doesn't seem purpose ... Read the complete review
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