Great food! We ordered the Tapas for a group and had a very nice variety of chicken, seafood and vegtables Tapas. The sangria was very sweet but that didn't stop us from ordering a second pitcher.
Passed by this restaurant many times and kept on thinking that I must visit this place but never actually got around to it until last night. We went with friends and although we did not have a reservation we found a table immediately outside. We...More
My extended family lives in Wiesbaden so have spent a lot of time there and know the city by heart, including the restaurants. Many come and go, but Bodega El Antonio is a cornerstone. Family owned and simply the best Tapas in town. I cannot...More
The food is authentic, delicious Spanish food. When the servers would come by the table, they were welcoming and friendly. Getting them to come by our table was quite a chore. After our initial order of drinks and tapas, which was delivered promptly, we had...More
This place was wonderful. I didn't understand the menu but the waiter was very nice and helpful in making recommendation. I rattle off a few dishes that I like and I think one of them wasn't even on the menu but he got the kitchen...More
We loved this restaurant. It has a cozy vibe and is in a great location for people watching. Wanting to sample everything, we ordered the tapas and told them to keep them coming until we told them to stop. My favorites were the sausages, shrimp...More
This small, ambience-filled Spanish restaurant is obviously quite popular. This was our second try to get in and were able to get a small table for two early on a weekday evening. I was ready for an authentic Spanish experience. The atmosphere was cozy, the...More
We dined at bodega Antonio in Wiesbaden early May 2011. The menu was all in german and we could sort of make things out. The waiter David spoke good english and patiently explained the dishes to us. The weather was quite pleasant and we decided...More