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Cafe Deia, Las Vegas

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Cafe Deia, Las Vegas

westie | Oct 8, 2009 03:34 AM

We recently visited Cafe Deia for the second time and had another very good experience at this restaurant that serves both traditional and untraditional tapas. Here is the relevant excerpt from my trip report notes:

We first dined at this tapas restaurant last December and really enjoyed the experience. We ordered a total of 5 dishes and asked the waiter to space them out appropriately. Our first dishes were albondigas, meatballs in a spicy tomato sauce (2.5 Forks), and shrimp ajillo, shrimp marinated in garlic & olive oil and then sautéed in white wine with parsley (4 Forks). We were next served bacon wrapped figs (4 Forks) and papas bravas (roasted and sautéed potatoes served with a spicy sauce (3.5 Forks). After a long wait I reminded our server that we had one more order to come. Our last tapa was fried calamari with 3 sauces. The calamari were lightly breaded and very tender (3.5 Forks).

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Cafe Deia
4165 S Grand Canyon Dr Ste 101, Las Vegas, NV 89147

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