Our Reviews


Tasca is a moderately priced way to dine out since the tapas aremore substantial than those sometimes found. Several versions of paella,the Spanish paean to its Arabic influences, are served. Chicken, chorizo,shrimp and vegetables were combined with vegetables in a pleasing melange,rather mildy tasting of saffron. The rice was moist and the meat and seafoodtender. Chef Brendan Gallagher avoidsthe pitfalls that bedevil paella.
   Alison Arnett, The Globe 1996

In a dense but restaurant-barren stretch on the BrightonBrooklineline, a group from Ireland has opened an inviting Spanish specializingin tapas; set on two levels, the polished floors shine, ceramic pitchersgrace each table and small plates like octopu s with potatoes, fried calamariand seafood in squid ink draw raves; main courses are hearty and the wineis a bargain, while night owls are happy to find the kitchen open untilmidnight on weekends.
   Zagat Resturant Survey 1996


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