Pata Negra / Amsterdam

Utrechtsestraat 124 Utrechtsedwarsstraat Amsterdam 1017 VT
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 12:00 - 00:10
Fri, Sat 12:00 - 00:30

The name Pata Negra refers to the finest Spanish dry-cured ham, the famous culinary treasure from the Iberian peninsula. Try our tasty paella and imagine yourself to be in Spain. Share a pan of paella with friends and family like the Spanish do, or have your personal favourite type of paella. Three types of paella are widely known: Valencian paella, seafood paella and mixed paella.

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Tips from the Net @ Pata Negra
Kevin en
Expensive, but definitely quality food. Book in advance to avoid sitting at the bar! Foursquare - December 2017
Aliona Mikheeva en
Good food, but very loud and busy Foursquare - November 2017
Irina Ivanova en
The tapas we ordered were somehow too greasy/oily. They were quite small for the pricen as well. Having lived in Spain I am probably too spoilt and expected something more of the food at this tapas bar. The service was quite good however and place is quite cozy too. GooglePlace - October 2017
L Gomez en
A major embarrassment. Had some good friends Over in town; so I just wanted to have them a superb great Spanish meal. I was mortified at the end of the night for having had chosen this restaurant for my guest's. Reason why I make this review so that no other person has to go through the same embarrassment as I have been when just trying to have a great meal with my friends from abroad. ** What to expect: - When choosing the table and trying to sit down. The waiter order one of my friends to bloody sit down. So it feels like a Franco régime. Not pretty. While the table next door some young Dutch kid were shouting and making a mess with the food - The music was so hard that I just simply could not have a conversation with my friends during dinner. - The menu. Bring a magnifying glass with you. The font size is the smallest ever and the font type was unreadable. Try to do this on a non well illuminated space. - If you are not Dutch, be prepared the waiters will take the order of the locals first and if they do have time 30 minutes later will stop by you. - I fully understand the concept of tapas. They are supposed to be small but this was minuscule. For 10 euros each, a normal size portion is at least to be expected. Not this gypsy servings. - "Patatas bravas" sauce is so hot that they are just simply uneatable. I'm no stranger to hot sauce but have never had a sauce before that actually made me cry while during eating. - "Pulpo" was rancid. You could taste that it actually had fermented. That is not part of the Galician recipe. - Trying to order some extra drinks or food was harder then a mission impossible acrobatic act. So we opted for just simple finish what we had and leave. Before we and the guys on the next table were rushed to leave earlier by bringing us the check without us even asking for it. We need the tables. Summary Over priced rancid minuscule portions and unfriendly staff. The worst tapas bar I have ever been to. BEWARE.. GooglePlace - October 2017
Sera D. tr
Tapaslar şahaneee 🍻 Foursquare - October 2017