Reviews on Spanish food in Sandy Springs, Georgia, United States. Sandy Springs is a city in northern Fulton County, Georgia, United States, and part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. As of the 2010 census, Sandy Springs had a population of 93,853, and as of 2014 the estimated population was 101,908.
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5 based on 51 reviews
First - it is important to make reservations even on a weeknight since this is a popular new restaurant. We didnât have reservations but ate dinner at the bar - which filled up by 7 PM on a Tuesday night. The best way to describe the food is Oaxacan-Mexican, not regular Mexican with lots of cheese and refried beans. The food here is more refined highlighting flavors of the fresh ingredients. We ordered the Enmoladas (chipotle chicken enchiladas with mole sauce) and Tacos de Arrochera (steak tacos). Both were delicious. I suggest ordering a side dish as we were still a bit hungry. Parking is valet only with a $2 charge. The bar scene is vibrant and the cocktails offer interesting twists. We enjoyed both the Verdita Margarita and the Oaxacan Peach.
4 based on 101 reviews
At Under The Cork Tree, Jason Sheetz and Chef William Sigley of Hammocks Trading Company present guests with the exotic and bold flavors of the Mediterranean prepared with only the freshest of ingredients in our open kitchen. Guests can choose to dine in
An intimate luncheon with my wife and niece was made all the better by the wonderful service, ambiance and outstanding food at Under the Cork Tree. The Golden Beet and Herb Goat Cheese Salad with candiedâ walnuts, arugula and balsamic vinaigrette was excellent. The Shrimp a la Plancha, served as appetizers were a great treat. This is an outstanding luncheon spot, that we will visit again when in Sandy Springs.
4 based on 178 reviews
I went to a party here for a birthday. WOW!!! All the menu items are tapas.. which means small plates. They have the most incredible selection of authentic dishes from Spain, Central America and some dishes that are American by design but Spanish in flavor. In addition, there is a great wine list. There was also a great band to keep in the Spanish spirit. What a night. I think we had one of everything on the menu - really good food. Go and enjoy - this is a real treat. Valet parking is a plus. It can be very noisy...not a place for an intimate conversation. You can see their entire menu on their website.
4 based on 93 reviews
Definitely a nice place to get Latin American food, with friendly service and a laid back atmosphere. The chicken skewers were great, but the veggie burger was nothing special. Only reason this isn't 4 stars is that the prices are pretty high for what you get.
5 based on 17 reviews
Went for lunch with friends. Great value (think it was <$15 for unlimited). Went Friday at lunch. Literally took 20-25 minutes each pass through the line. TONS of work crews getting to-go containers loaded up. Line almost out the door. Limited seating inside.It's well worth going, but for lunch I'd get there really early (right when they open) or after 1:30, otherwise plan for a huge wait each time through the line.Can't say enough about the meat though. Everything from the chicken wrapped in bacon to all the meat and pork cuts were stellar.
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