We almost missed La Bodega as it was tucked away in a nook of a building.
Once I saw the store, it made me smile.
The color and lights filled the space with a tropical atmosphere among gray Pacific Northwest office buildings.
The space was small, and was packed with seats for about 20 people.
The menu included sandwiches, empanadas, and all the sandwiches could be made into rice dishes as gluten free options.
I had the signature Puerco asado, and had to try the yucca flour empanadas which La Bodega had highly touted its wheat free property.
The empanadas was amazingly crispy with yucca flour.
The skin was very thin and a little grainy.
There were 3 different fillings for the empanadas for the day, and I had the beef picadillo.