400 Castro St, Mountain View, CA 94041
Parking: On-street: free, Street
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Spanish, Mexican, Latin American, Tapas
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
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01/23/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Every little thing was done skillfully and the care and the attention taken with my possessions is unsurpassed and drastically appreciated. The mover was completely honest, cautious and reliable. I am so pleased I chose MSA Moving Company and will definitely suggest every possibility I have.
it is ok.....the people who work there are good people.\n\nYelp the cheaty web site that for years was manipulating merchants forcing them to run paid adds is being sued by more than hundreds of merchants who were harrased by Yelp...........over years.\nThis is a great victory.
it is ok.....the people who work there are good people.
Yelp the cheaty web site that for years was manipulating merchants forcing them to run paid adds is being sued by more than hundreds of merchants who were harrased by Yelp...........over years.
This is a great victory.
02/12/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I went to Cascal on a first date and things couldn't have been any better. With our reservation, we were seated immediately. The bar was very crowded (where I was waiting for my date to arrive) but I still was served a drink within seconds of standing in the crowd. Impressive! After ordering, our food came quickly, but it wouldn't have mattered anyway because the atmoshere was so fun. Live Latin Jazz! Everything I tasted was exquisite including the Sangria. We ended up going back to Cascal on our second date with friends for drinks, and danced to the great music. So much fun, a must in Mountain View. I can't wait to go back again.
05/16/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Very good dinner choice! The menu includes among others Spanish and Cuban specialties. The service is (most of the times) great. Try to avoid showing up without a reservation, or your wait will be utterly long; unless it is rather early, in which case you may be lucky and get a table. I'd say more, but you better go and see for yourself... bon appetite!!
12/02/2006Provided by Citysearch -
when Cascal first opened, my boyfirend and I were excited about a tapas place in our neighborhood. The interior is nice, inviting, and comfy. The service was good, Sangria great. The food, though, left much to be desired. My squid ink paella was dry and burnt, the tapas (obviously forgetful) left much to be desired. \n\nI have to admit I am a bit picky, the foodie that I am, but I always try to give every place the benefit of the doubt.\n\nHowever, a second visit about 8 months later, and WOW. The tapas menu was more refined, everything tasted much better, and they have great live music (albeit loud) on the weekend. The food improved so much, we will definitely go back for more.