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  • Photo of Brian Boerman
    4 years ago
  • Photo of BOND
    4 years ago
    For authentic Basque cuisine and ambiance like we have in Spain.
  • Photo of Ivar W
    3 years ago
    We had the garlic soup and the seafood soup as starters - both were great. As main dish we shared a tapas platter and the paella - both were excellent. The only downside was the dessert which tasted premade. The service was immaculate. I can really recommend this place.
  • Photo of DamianPiedra
    3 years ago
    This is a tiny Spanish restaurant in East Village, cozy place, full of Spanish motifs but no cliches..Example: They have original bull drawings on the ceiling, a naif map of Euzkadi in the back and classic red wall curtains at the entrance..It opens at 5 pm and we arrived a little earlier ( My girlfriend and I didn't know), but the waiter let us sit and wait while having a nice sangria..He brought us slices of toasted bread with anchovy pate to start off, it was a very nice detail ( It was free, courtesy of the house)..Then we ordered Tortilla espanola and croquettes as appetizers..HMM...Both were awesome..After a while we had 2 different kind of tapas: One made of salmon and roasted peppers with diced tomatoes, and the other one had chicken, tomato sauce, cheese and potatoes...The combination of flavors was fantastic, mind-blowing!!..The staff was very courteous, they made us feel welcomed and never rushed...I truly recommend this place!
  • Photo of berniemcg29
    3 years ago
    tonight, after the theater our part of four w Dined at Euzkadi and had a truly memorable meal. The restaurant is conveniently located mid block on E 4th Street. The red interiors and Basque Spanish music invited us in to a warm and delicious opportunity to sample Tapas (small plates) in a traditional environment. I thought that I was transported back to Spain where I had my first taste of Basque cuisine. We ordered four plates to start, followed by two more. The chicken, shrimp, potato, pork, and scallop dishes were prepared beautifully. The sauces were delicate and flavorful. The portions were perfect. We capped it off with coffee and several desserts and we felt satisfied at last. We arrived during Happy Hour and drinks were reduced in price. Also the Tapas were discounted an additional 10% when the bill arrived. The kitchen was quick, and the waitress friendly and efficient. We found out that there is live music on Thursdays. We all felt that the ingredients were fresh and lively. We will definitely be back soon.
  • Photo of Klyoung26
    4 years ago
    I came here with a group of five. The menu was extensive and everyone found several tapas dishes that they enjoyed. The food was really excellent! The restaurant has a nice wine list as well. The service was great and the actual restaurant was nice (especially with the windows open on a warm August evening.) Overall I'd say it was a nice dining experience and I would definitely go back or recommend it to a friend.
  • Photo of iamnyc
    4 years ago
    Nice little East Village restaurant. Tapas and small plates and sangria. Comfortable and open and nice. Patatas Bravas and White Beans and Chickpeas and Shrimp. The only thing we couldn't figure out why no one was in there at 8 on a Saturday night?
  • Photo of uncledoey
    4 years ago
    worst. sangria. ever. with that out of the way, let me say that the date and serrano ham tapas was superb and the spinach with garlic one was good. the servings weretypically tapas (small) and even at 25 percent off were not cheap (about $8-10). The server was friendly but would not honor the happy hour drink special because it was 5.45 p.m. and the deal ended at 6 p.m -- did I miss something here? We said give us the drinks now and ring us up -- nobody was in the place so that should've taken 5 minutes tops. But no..... As for the white sangria, avoid it (and the red) at ALL costs. It has no flavor and worse yet, almost no alcohol. At 20 bucks a carafe, there was about 21 dollars of ice and water and profit in there. Horrible. We should've refused it -- something I personally have never done but now know is not rude when the dish or drink is this bad. worst. sangria. ever.
  • Photo of laurencat
    4 years ago
    I was surprised at the rave reviews. Met some friends here for tapas and drinks, and found the food to be uninspired. We ordered: Tabla De Quesos (Assorted spanish cheeses served w/ fruit and marcona almonds), 

Patatas Bravas

 (Crispy fried cubed spicy potatoes, w/ allioli )
, which was very dry, 
Pulpo A La Brasa
Grilled octopus w/ potatoes, olives, red onions, celery and basil) -– this was the best dish – octopus was very fresh, 
Cordero A La Plancha (

Roasted lamb in a mushroom raisin demi-glace), Empanadilla (Baked puff pastry stuffed with spinach and goat cheese
.) Maybe we didn't order the right things, but I think we'll look for a different tapas place next time.
  • Photo of caron868
    4 years ago
    i loved eating here.i was welcomed with a warm smile and amazing service and food. the host was handsome and the atmosphere felt's great on a warm night with the front glass doors open... what more can i say very relaxed place to dine!
  • Photo of belen373
    4 years ago
    Been here a couple of times and i have to say the tapas are amazing. However you will pay for it. The sangria is not great though and overpriced. Good atmosphere to have a nice dinner.
  • Photo of Arnie S
    4 years ago
    This is a great little Basque tapas cafe. Lots of exquisite little plates. Bring a few friends so that you can sample more of those exquisite little plates.
  • Photo of RGSOUNDF
    4 years ago
    Euzkadi specializes in the Basque cuisine (as could be guessed by the restaurant's awning colors and its very name). It is a cool and 'hip' place matching the character and ambiance of the neighborhood. The dining area is smallish; on a Saturday we visited Euzkadi, the restaurant wasn't crowded, but if it is, be prepared to a Paris-bistro-style close proximity seating (and waiting in line to the only bathroom). The service is efficient and averagely friendly. Euzkadi offers a wide choice of different tapas. The food is of a fair solid quality featuring decent presentation. The tapenade that came with bread was amazing. From the vegetable tapas we would recommend Patatas Bravas (Crispy fried cubed spicy potatoes). From the fish/seafood tapas we would single out the Piquillos al Tar-Tar de Atun (Piquillo peppers stuffed with spicy tuna tar-tar) which tasted quite exotically (in a good way). The meat tapas were more conventional, yet the Entrecote a la Plancha (Seared Steak w/ Russian salad & scallion Chimichurre) was a good choice. The desserts were in line with the rest of the meal; both the Flan and the Tarta de Melocotones(Peach tart with a layer of almonds) were quite good. The price level is more budget-friendly than your typical good quality Manhattan meal. The restaurant often runs various promotion deal (Groupon, LivingSocial) which would make your bill look even more attractive.
  • Photo of l n
    5 years ago
    This is a very good place for tapas style dining. They are specifically basque tapas, though the usual suspects can be found here too such as patatas bravas and croquetas. I found some of the tapas to have a little bit too much oil, but maybe it was just our selection. Service was a bit on the slow side but nothing too bad and the waitress was in fact very nice and the place has a basic but warm ambiance. Overall a good experience.
  • Photo of believememyfriend
    Having spent few days in New York City for my last day I chose Euzkadi. This tapas bar-restaurant is a gem after the Times Square tourist traps. I did not know more about basque food, but Euzkadi is a very nice point to discover. Wide selection of wines, amazing tapas menü (olive cream with anchovie and goat cheese balls) and very friendly staff. The waiter had great recommendations and offered a glass of good red wine. Happy hour 50% discount, all in all it was a very pleasant experience, very great value for money and I would be more than happy to visit the Euzkadi again.
  • Photo of 5650traveler
    5 years ago
    This place was great! We arrived in the pouring rain and cold and we were soon warmed by the ambiance! We sat at the bar for a little while and had sangria and talked with the manager/bartender. He seemed passionate about the food and the restaurant and his wife was our waitress! We had the grilled squid, the pulpo a la brasa, the bomba de queso de cabra and much more! We enjoyed a recommended bottle of Spanish wine and listened to the live Flamenco Music to top our evening. A great experience and highly recommended - even in the rain!
  • Photo of Brenda F
    5 years ago
    My husband and I loved this place during our short visit to NY. The tapas are scrumptious and nicely prepared, the ambience is delightful and the manager, Michael and wife Vanessa and server Leo are friendly and attention. We could eat here all the time if we live around the city. Loved it!
  • Photo of Quest2Go
    5 years ago
    We recently had dinner at this quaint Village tapas restaurant. The selections were very good and kept coming. The problem I have with tapas restaurants is that I always over order and wind up with more food than I can eat. The atmosphere was very charming and the service friendly and efficient. I would definitely return but control my temptation to order too many selections.
  • Photo of ddc4ua
    5 years ago
    We returned to Euzkadi after first visiting last July and the service and food was just as good as we remembered. The staff service was outstanding and they provided a fantastic dining experience for us. I will be back at this restaurant the next time I go to NYC and would recommend to anyone. Great food and great people!
  • Photo of Sheet_bend
    5 years ago
    Visiting New York from the UK we went out to dinner with local friends who recommended Euzkadi. And how great they were. Such tasty tapas - 50% off for cash on a Sunday from 5-7 (mabe Monday too?) Cosy environment, friendly service, wide range of tasty possibilities! Thank you!
  • Photo of Beth H
    5 years ago
    We were very impressed with this restaurant. The tapas were excellent and the service was great. We discovered it through a Groupon coupon and were highly impressed. Prices were reasonable too. We highly recommend the scallops and seared lamb but every dish we enjoyed was delightful. The ambience was unique and relaxed too.
  • Photo of Man D
    5 years ago
    I've eaten here a few times, and always take out of town visitors here for a meal. The food is great and so is the wine. The service is good ... except one when, ironically, the manager of the restaurant served us and he was unprofessional. But it won't stop me from coming back.

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