We had reservations and had to talk the host into a nicer table after he tried to seat us in a cramped corner underneath the bar tv. He didn’t seat anyone else there the rest of the evening.
We had a wonderful dinner and great service. We loved the shrimp and scallop ceviche, the beef empanadas, and the shrimp and chorizo paella. La Consecha was recommended by several friends, and we were not disappointed. We will definitely return on our next visit to Paso Robles.
We had a party of three. Love the casual seating, friendly staff and interesting,menu. As an aside, the bloody Mary’s are killer. It was our first time there but we’ll be back.
Overall a good experience, however, I was disappointed that I indicated when I ,are our reservations that we were celebrating a birthday and then mentioned it to our hostess to tell the waiter. Unfortunately, they did nothing to help with our celebration.
Loved the Tortilla Soup and the Ceviche. Going back Sunday for Brunch. Does that tell you something? Great spot.
Great menu selections, something for everyone. We really enjoyed the food but the service was severely lacking.
Sunday champagne brunch with live music was wonderful! Chilaquiles with fresh ingredients was incredible. Highly recommend this restaurant for good food and a lively atmosphere. Cheers! 🍻
The service was very poor. We had to cancel almost our whole food order because it took so long.
We had the scallops, calamari, blue crab toasts and shrimp polenta app. The fried calamari was on point! Soft but crispy. Not chewy at all. Perhaps the best calamari I've had. The scallops were very tasty and seared quite well, but my first bite felt like I bit into sand, perhaps they weren't cleaned as well as was thought. That crunch was unexpected and off putting. The blue crab was lacking in the wow factor for me. It needed more flavor and the toast was a little too crispy. The shrimp polenta was very flavorful but a little too runny for polenta. It was more like a soup. Little bits of crusty bread would have made it easier for scooping of the remaining, which was darn tasty. Overall good experience. Server was very polite and atmosphere was nice, quiet until they started to get busy and then it was a bit noisy. I would come here again and recommend to family and friends.
Weekend getaway for a wedding, so a few of met for brunch on our way out of town. Love the vibe of the restaurant, food was delicious and servers very accommodating & friendly.
Loved Il Cortile the previous night and wanted something more casual, but still delish. This was it! The burrata and the octopus shared were beautifully presented and scrumptious. We also shared the short ribs which was a generous portion and tasty. Thank you Santos. Can't wait to make the white sweet potatoes. Eileen and Gene
Had small plates. The scallops were perfectly cooked. The blue crab and avocado toast was delicious. Polenta with shrimp and linguica ditto. Attentive and friendly service. Tables are a little crowded.
Great take on food. Loved the different combinations. Was very pleased with the taste of everything. Good service and value. The next time I am visiting Paso Robles you can count me in.
One of the best meals I have had in a long time. We had all small plates. Scallops melted in my mouth
Brunch is wonderful
My daughters and had a lovely Mother’s Day brunch and especially enjoyed the delicious food and live music
When we arrived around 6pm, it was chilly inside the restaurant when we were seated below a large air vent by the bar. Thankfully, after asking our server if we could turn down the cold air, they were able to turn it off. It was also very loud in the restaurant how little in number of people that were seated.
As far as food - The burrata/toast and tortilla soup were delicious! Same with the cocktails.
It’s a shame we had the following experience with our entrees. Especially considering that we received multiple recommendations from locals that it was one of the best restaurants in downtown Paso. We ordered the salmon and 3 lamb shank dinners - all very pricey (above $28). While the fish and meat came out warm, the sauces and vegetables were cold. Thankfully after speaking with our server, the kitchen warmed up the plates to a more attractive temperature. For the price we were paying, we shouldn’t have gotten cold food at all. And we ended up paying full price for the meals. We likely won’t be dining here in the future.
Great cocktail menu, creative menu with both small plates and entrees. Could have a light meal or a full 3 course meal, high quality ingredients. Varied menu, something for everyone. Busy, so service wasn't perfect and noise level is high. Will return- overall great meal.
Great time and friendly staff. Are table wasn’t ready when they thought it would be and the hostess was very apologetic and told us we would be seat in 15 mins, and she had us sitting in ten. Nikki was are waitress and was friendly, helpful and patient with are party. Great experience!!!
Drove through on our way to Hearst Castle. Innovative Spanish cuisine with saffron, pizza with lamb (more lamp please), great salads and appetizers.
We were very pleased to top our afternoon of wine tasting in the square with a simply wonderful dinner. I had the grilled octopus and the beet salad - both AMAZING. And everyone else felt the same way with their choices.
Definitely a keeper and will recommend.
This was our first time dining here and we had a fantastic meal! The empanadas, charcuterie plate, and grilled octopus were great starters. The prime strip steak, paella and pizza we're all delicious. The Penicillin was our favorite drink.
Entire experience was wonderful. We really enjoyed it and will return.
Pretty noisy, but good place. Wish they acknowledged my husband's birthday as indicated on Opentable.
Had dinner here with friends while visiting Paso Robles for some wine tasting. We had heard good things about La Cosecha from some locals and thought we'd give it a try. We easily made a reservation (Tuesday night in Paso - easy!) Among us we ordered the lamb, pork chops and the fish of the day - Cod. When the food arrived it was absolutely beautifully presented and tasted even better. Everyone enjoyed their dinner and dessert (Vanilla Creme Brulee and the Chocolate Torte.) Service was excellent, polite, knowledgeable, and attentive. We will dine here on our next visit. Highly recommend!
There was a table for 8 was all ready for us when we arrived. Service was good and food was great!
The second time we’ve been back on annual vacation to Paso Robles, we always enjoy the fabulous service, wonderfully relaxed atmosphere and excellent cocktails!
Only negative is that they serve "air bread" with nice olive oil/balsemic vinegar. With entrees/small plates they serve wonderful artisan bread- what gives.? the food is very innovative. Small plates are spaced evenly so one can enjoy each "course"
Birthday celebration. Small plates and pizza were excellent. Drinks were also good. Only negative would be they didn’t offer anything for our birthday celebration even though it was on our reservation and we mentioned it when we arrived.
We love this restaurant. It is usually the 1st restaurant we visit when we go to Paso. However, the drinks come after the food is served. This has happened on multiple occasions. Not good if the restaurant wants to increase the alcohol revenu.
Twice now I've made a reservation at this restaurant and have not been able to eat there, by no fault of my own. I don't live in the area (in fact, I live 4 hours away) so it's no small feat to get there. The first time, I made a reservation but when I got there the doors were locked. I was two minutes early for my reservation. There were people inside, but apparently they had already closed the kitchen and no one would look our way, so we couldn't get their attention. The second time, I made a reservation and when I arrived the restaurant was closed. Like, closed for the day. It was a Monday. They're closed on Mondays. Why was I able to make a reservation at 6:30 on a Monday if they're closed?
It's really unfortunate because the first time I went there, I had a great meal. I had a brand new baby and it was one of my first times out to dinner. The food was awesome, which is why I tried two more times to dine there...
I don't know if it's mismanagement or a bug in the OpenTable system, or what, but it sucked to have a reservation and pull up to a closed restaurant... TWICE.
great food and service. a bit noisy on Friday nights but nevertheless a great enjoyment
Good vibe; tall tables a bit tightly placed making it difficult for servers and for privacy; overall good find
Great cocktails, wine selection and food is superb!
One of our favorite restaurants in Paso. Love the Moqueca! Great cocktails...
I have celiac and have a dairy allergy. I called in advance to confirm they could accommodate my allergies. When I arrived, I was basically told I could eat protein without any sauces and the chef was not willing to modify any of the existing menu items to accommodate my allergies. Had the GM been honest that the chef does not care to accommodate I would have made reservations elsewhere. I understand my allergies are difficult for restaurants, and I do not expect all to be able to serve me, I just wish they would have been honest when I called before dining.
Everything at dinner was just ok; the paella was soupy - more like jambalaya. The empanadas were tasty but soggy...the staff was attentive and efficient...wish there was no tv sports in the dining room. Why not play a vintage film with text instead of sound? Much classier...
The seafood stew was great! The place was so noisy though, we could barely have a conversation!
Excellent meal and service. The air conditioning was a problem; too cold and then too hot. Manager did his best. Quite loud, conversation difficult for 4 people. Probably better on any night other than Saturday.
Fish dish was excellent but paella was disappointing. Cocktails were very good, decent wine selection with fair pricing. Felt very rushed, food came out just couple minutes after cocktails and we hadn't even selected a wine yet.