This was my first time ever eating Tapas. I know, and no, I haven't been living under a rock.
So, the food in this place is excellent. We both ordered a few dishes and my lunch partner and I shared each and every one.
First there was Ensalada De Coles De Bruselas Con Albaricoques, Manzanas Y Jamón Serrano which is a warm brussels sprouts salad with apricots, apple and serrano ham. I'm not a fan of brussels sprouts but this was delicious. Along with this was Papas Arrugás or canary island-style wrinkled baby potatoes served with mojo verde and mojo rojo. The two mojos were very good. The verde was very flavorful and the rojo was too, but in completely different ways. The rojo had a very nice chipotle flavor. Neither was spicy.
We then had Croquetas De Pollo which are traditional chicken fritters. Excellent, if served somewhat strangely (see photo attached). Along with the croquetas came, and I'm not making this up, Butifarra Casera Con Mongetes Daniel Patrick Moynihan; homemade grilled pork sausage with sautéed white beans. I can say without a doubt that I have never eaten anything named after the late Congressman Daniel Patrick Moynihan, but I think I've been missing something. This sausage was so good, grilled as it was it had a strong savory grilled-meat flavor without being hot or spicy. The white beans shared this flavor and were equally tasty. The other sausage we partook of was Chorizo Casero Con Puré De Patatas Al Aceite De Oliva or homemade traditional chorizo with olive oil mashed potatoes and cider sauce. This is where the heat had been hiding, in the chorizo. Very nice.
All in all, there was nothing I did not like on my very first taste of Tapas.
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