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Eating Out - April 23, 2010

A food critic's dream

Cascal has it all: vibrant tapas, colorful ambiance, a worthy wine list and great service

by Dale F. Bentson

If I ever opened a restaurant, it would be very much like Cascal in Mountain View. There are vibrant Latin dishes from both sides of the Atlantic, with loads of tapas, fresh seafood, fork-tender meats and terrific desserts. It's all set in a colorful and energetic ambiance with an effervescent bar scene, great service, a worthy wine list and reasonable prices.

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