The Champinones (RM 18) mushrooms were cooked in creamy concoction together with white wine. They also serve complimentary white and brown slices of bread with butter. I really liked the 3 sauces especially the avocado salsa which goes well with bread.
We ordered the my all time favourite which is stuffed octopus or called Calla Rellenos (RM 20). They serve 2 octopus in one plate. I do not know what was stuffed inside but perhaps it was some chilli mixed with the octopus eggs.
The Corderos Asado (RM 46) was beef slices cooked with spices. There was a side dish which could be chosen and we chose Peas with broccolis which were buttery. There was a whole tomato that was deep fried too, which was quite tasty but too sinful. The green leaves that came with it, together with vinegar was so delicious.
One can never eat tapas without drinking wine or better, to be more originale, have Sangria a la Espanola! There are many Especial Sangria to choose from here. I chose the Very Berry Sangria (RM 34) which was so delicious, not too bitter like the Pineapple Sangria (RM 32) that my friend ordered. My friend also agreed that the Very Berry is better.
The place is full of expatriates because they serve true blue Spanish food, but a little toned down in terms of the amount of salt. In Spain, all the food is too salty.
Recommended Dish(es): champinones,corderos asado,pineapple sangria,very berry sangria,cala rellenos
Table Wait Time: 10 minute(s)
Date of Visit: May 16, 2015
Spending per head: Approximately RM175
Value for Money5
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