La Camelia | Mount Kisco Westchester County New York
Early evening over the Bear Mountain Bridge

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La Camelia

Mount Kisco

Westchester County

10549, Restaurant, authentic Spanish cuisine, fireplaces, Outdoor Dining, tapas, wonderful Spanish restaurant, La Camelia

La Camelia Restaurant, serving authentic Spanish cuisine, is located at 234 North Bedford Road, Mt Kisco NY 10549, Westchester County.

From Antonio Alvarex at La Camelia: "I grew up in one of Spain's finest fishing port villages, Vigo, in the Rias Bayxas Galicia. My fondest childhood memories are of the villages stone streets and standing beside my Mother and Grandmother as they cooked. Our home was always filled with family, friends and good food. In 1984, I brought those same intimate feelings to my restaurant, La Camelia. Come and enjoy excellent food, wine, and service in a quiet atmosphere. Enjoy friendships, conduct business, celebrate that special occasion, or Romantic evening."

Restaurant Review
Noise level = Can get loud
Outdoor dining on patio

The word is Set in a "charming" colonial home with fireplaces in the dining room, and outdoor dining available in good weather, this authentic Spanish restaurant offers tapas and seafood made from fresh ingredients. The service can be quirky, and recently some negative comments about the food have surfaced. If you go, let us know what you think at

Location: Mount Kisco

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