New menu on the cards - Menu Del Dia - all day Monday to Friday. 850 plus taxes for vegetarian and 950 plus taxes for the meat lovers. Wide variety of these cuisines.
* Quenching the Spanish thirst with Sangre Naranjia - a nice zesty mocktail. Fresh orange ginger blending in with the grenadine. The subtle orange affair continues with a slice of it inside the glass. Topped with a fair amount of ice and served.
* Pina Fresca - this was another interesting mocktail. Would avoid looking at a cucumber in the ingredients but changed my mind post sipping on this. Pineapple juice spiced up giving just a hint of cucumber. Really apt.
* Patatas Bravas - this was a dish for all potato lovers. Baby potatoes mashed in a thick salsa Brava purée. Topped with garlic aioli giving it a nice sour kick.
* Brochetas De Cottage Cheese - diced paneer marinated in spicy Harissa sauce. Placed in a skewer between pieces of tomato and capsicum.
* Empanadas de Verduras - baked turnovers had the filling of mixed vegetables. Served with a sour dip and chimichurri sauce which is a mixture of minute pieces of chilly, garlic, herbs and a touch of olive oil.
* Paella verduras - a family that eats together stays together and the Spanish believe in this. The most famous rice dish or Europe made in a broth with saffron herbs and spices. It’s technically eaten in the broth usually given the tradition. Just fantastic.
Last but not the least ending it with Churros’s as a dessert - fried dough Pastry. Came in crispy and hot. The nice cinnamon powder on it was giving it a spicy touch. Dipped it in the dark chocolate that was complementing.
Overall - well it’s a fresh take on such a cuisine. A great place to drop by craving a vintage feel with some lovely European food! Gracias!