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La Casa Sena Restaurant Review: While rooted in Southwestern flavors, the cuisine at La Casa Sena stretches well beyond the four corners. Among the seafood dishes, we recommend the pan-seared salmon with a spiced mocha crust, and though not officially on the menu, the succulent baked trout that can be ordered with two days’ notice. Vegetarians will delight in sweet and savory options like goat cheese-sweet corn croquettes and quinoa tamales with sweet corn and caramelized onions. The Casa occupies the historic Sena Plaza, one of Santa Fe’s oldest surviving houses, and it offers patrons three distinct and equally inviting settings: the main dining room is comfortably elegant; a lovely courtyard fills with tourists and locals relaxing to the sounds of chirping birds and a bubbling fountain during the summer months; and the cantina for a casual night of entertainment where the waiters, many of them classically trained singers, split time between serving and performing. Make sure to peruse the encyclopedic wine list that includes some 2,000 bottles, and finish your meal with a flourish in the form of warm chocolate pudding cake with pistachio whipped cream.