Serving 32 varieties of tapas that include ingredients such as fresh fish and grilled vegetables, Sa Casa has plenty of options. The space is warm and cozy, featuring white walls and yellow accents. Modern touches such as a bright fiber optic chandelier meet updated traditional details, including archways, sporadic bricks and faux alcoves lined with votives. The pricing of your Spanish meal will depend on how many plates you order, but may range from 10 to 30 euros. Reservations are advised as Sa Casa is a popular destination with limited seating.
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