The spitting image of the original Bangsar La Bodega, La Bodega’s Empire Shopping Gallery outpost wears the same terracotta tiles, deep red and rich yellow walls, dark stained timber flooring, distinctive black and white photographic images of 50s Spain – even its suspended wine rack. Opened on November 17 last year (2010), the main deck outside is set to provide an intimate dining experience. Partitioned by lush greenery and a dancing fountain, the terrace is a serene setting for conversations over cocktails, people watching and of course, tapas!
Text Muna Noor
Images Nicholas Chin
Clientele The Subang set.
Music policy Jazz and Latin music.
Drinks The cocktail menu carries array of thirst quenching and head spinning concoctions including La Bodega’s signature red and white sangria. The wine list that specializes in Spanish and South American wines and a large range of Spanish sherries, liqueurs and brandies. Cigar aficionados will revel in the selection of cigars from Cuba and The Dominican Republic.
Eats Nothing is left off its deli menu which includes La Bodega’s signature tapas menu and paella.
Door policy Arms as wide open as its doors.
Dress code Laid back and loungey.
Open Mon-Sun: 8am-2am
Parking Mon-Fri: RM1/entry before 5pm; RM2 for 1st 3 hours, RM1/subsequent hour after 5pm; Sat, Sun & public holidays: RM2 for 1st 3 hours, RM1/subsequent hour all day.