The food was fine even though the menu was pretty limited. Butternut squash soup was very nice as was the paella. Problem is that it sounded like it was closing and re-formatting.
The restaurant was very cold. We had to move away from the window, but it was still cold. The food was very good. I enjoyed several small plates. However, I thought it was very expensive for what it was.
Really nice selection of tapas, excellent service and relaxing atmosphere.
Our server was informative and didn't mind going up and down stairs for what we needed.
Everyone enjoyed their meal especially the "tortilla Espanola".
Salads were delish as well as the key lime pie.
Lovely upstairs, but maybe not for all.
Hard to believe there is a tapas restaurant in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. First visit, but not the last. A group of us shared a number of tapas, a flatbread pizza and a couple of desserts. Everything was superb-so flavorful. We had mostly vegetarian items (mushrooms, chickpeas, artichokes) and also the shrimp. Delicious! We will be back for more and to try the paella!
My wife and visited for the first time on Friday evening. We had salad, seafood paella and a couple of beers. All were satisfying, and the atmosphere was nice and relaxed. Especially enjoyed this after a king work week!
The server provided great recommendations and service.
We were very happy with the overall experience!
We were dissapointed when Casa Rojas first opened having been fans of the West End Bistro. However, they have continually improved since opening and our last meal this weekend was excellent. We sampled several tapas dishes that were all carefully prepared and flavored. While the upstairs seating can feel a bit crowded, we really enjoyed sitting in the bar area which was quiet and intimate. Service was informal but attentive.
Believe me, this restaurant is more of a coffee shop, my wife and I wanted to book either Jeckel, or Game Keepers, but between them is casa Rojas it's listed as competition, it's NOT but the food was acceptable if it was in the $20.00 range instead it was nearly double. No one else was in the restaurant except my wife and I, I now know why.
We ate in the bar on a weeknight; place was empty so we had attentive service from the bar tender. We selected a bottle of Argentine wine which was very good but that's where the pluses ended. I wanted to try some of the tapas but nothing sounded appealing which is unusual for a tapas menu. My date and I decided to order the seafood paella for two. Seriously, it was nowhere enough to feed two people. It was mostly rice, 3 shrimp, 3 or 4 microscopic mussels, and some calamari which I'm guessing was frozen, and a really unappetizing smell. Not interested in returning.