Unique Story
Since 1984

Located on the top of a hill overlooking Mount Kisco, La Camelia Restaurant offers a European country farmhouse where guests enjoy authentic Spanish and Portuguese dishes, a large menu of tapas, and an abundant selection of wines & ports. Patrons can either choose to come and enjoy the casual “tapas tap room” or choose a quiet, fine dining experience, where traditional Iberian dishes are served. The ingredients are always fresh, and grown on the premises when the season permits.

Victor & Serafina Varela



Endive Salad 8
Endives, Radicchio, Cinnamon Pear & Walnuts

Cucumber Salad 8
Cucumber, Red Onion & Cherry Tomatoes from our Garden


Sopa Cubana 8
Cuban Style Black Bean Soup with Raw Onions & Cheese


Crab Cakes 12
Our Homemade Crab Cakes

Terrine of Salmon 12
Shrimp, Crab, Lobster

Alheira 10
Portuguese Jewish Smoked Poultry Sausage


Linguado Grelhado 37
Grilled Wild Caught Dover Sole (Whole Fish)

Vieiras 30
Seared Seas Scallops with Our Homemade Spinach Pasta

Pistachio 36
Pistachio Crusted Chilean Sea Bass with Baby Potatoes & Aspargus

Lubina A La Plancha 24
Grilled Bronzino a la Mediterranea

Mariscada na Cataplana 35
Seafood Bouillabaisse Cooked in the Cataplana


Chicken Breast Cordone Blue 23
Chicken Breast Cordon Blue with Jamon Serrano & Shitakii Mushroom

Bitoque 22
Black Angus Steak with Egg & Fries

Pork Chop 22
Double Cut Pork Chop with Shitakii Mushroom & Port Wine Sauce

- Authentic Spanish and Portuguese Flavors -

“Came here for Mother’s Day 2017. Have to say the food was very good and a great value. A nice staff, friendly and the food was all freshly prepared and of very high quality. While it was a “limited” menu, understandably for Mother’s Day it still had great variety and I’m sure with their best sellers. Truly good Spanish food. The sangria half pitcher yielded close to four full pours. The roasted duck was perfect and my wife’s paella was nicely done. Great desserts!

”Give it a try!

Phil, Westchester

“This is a nice Spanish restaurant . They use fresh ingredients. Some reviewers complained of ‘no taste’ but when you use good materials there is no point of having sauce that could overwhelm the food. The sauce is definitely not too salty or too spicy but just supports the main ingredients as a background taste”.

Smile X, NYC

“Very lovely and cute family run restaurant. The food we ordered were all pretty good, although not my best Spanish food experience. It’s nice to have a lovely Spanish option in the area. The service can be a bit slow but hey, it’s Spanish restaurant and all Europeans are slow pace. The staff there are very sweet and personal. We will definitely come back again”.

Amy, Mount Kisco

“We love this cozy Spanish restaurant, especially sitting by the fireplace. The proprietors are warm and welcoming, and the service is attentive. We have not had a meal that we didn’t like. Favorites include the black bean soup and lobster bisque, the green bean and Manchego salad, crab and gnocchi, veal stew, lobster ravioli, and many of the tapas selections. The Rioja wine and sangria are also delicious favorites. Try the rich but flaky almond cake with some port or muscatel and you will end your meal on a happy note”!

J.C, Hartsdale