Come to this trendy spot for tapas that are meant to be shared. While some of the servers can be a tad abrupt, the cuisine is delicious. The menu ... More
Come to this trendy spot for tapas that are meant to be shared. While some of the servers can be a tad abrupt, the cuisine is delicious. The menu caters to the adventurous connoisseur. Picaro serves both traditional and less run-of-the-mill tapas; some of the more exotic tapas include Sauteed Blood Sausage. Vegetarian tapas include Spicy Potatoes with Sauteed Garlic and Guindilla Mushrooms. The seafood tapas, like the Garlic Shrimp, are quite flavorful and come highly recommended. Paella with Saffron Rice Stew is another house specialty and is served in different combinations of seafood, pork, poultry, and vegetables. Further, the extensive wine list features many affordable bottles of Spanish wine.
Everything was delicious, the sangria, the food, all excellent. We accidentally ordered a dish too many, but were glad we did! Cause we got to try another dish. The service was a little slow, I would reccomend a late dinner so it isn't as busy. Also on a side note-the toilets clog easily so don't do a number 2 there.
We stopped in at Picaro the other day for a quick snack. We ended up drinking quite a bit of very good sangria and having a few small plates. What a great find! Very good, filling dishes at really reasonable prices. The dip that comes with the bread has got some kick, and it's really tasty. Once again, another good restaurant in the Mission to check out.
Maybe the kitchen was having an off night, but one of the three tapas we ordered was inedible, though all of us tried it, the potatoes with garlic sauce tasted like it had been made the day before, and meatballs had an weird taste, barely edible. Hard to figure out why the place was packed.
Picaro is a wonderful place, filled with warmth, laughter, and people. It has been discovered, but that doesn't change its character or ambience. Great food at good prices, and the sexiest Orlando Bloom-wannabe waiter in SF.
tasty small plates of garlicky goodness in an upbeat arty neighborhood cafe setting, right across from the roxie. stuff yourself or snack lightly on grilled shellfish (deelicious mussels), grilled veggies, yummy gazpacho, and butterscotch-y flan for a velvet finish.
very reasonably priced, lively, friendly, full of clatter, and pleasantly lit and decorated. the wall art is as tasty as the menu and the restroom stencil art complements the graffiti.
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