Menus in Spanish, thank goodness there were English descriptions shown under each individual item. It's crucial 'cause at least, we still have a little heads up about what we were ordering. Well, forget about the pronunciation part, pointing is just equally efficient! ;p
Anchoveta y Queso Azul (Anchovies, Blue Cheese and Mint on Sourdough Toast). I never liked the taste or smell of blue cheese, but this one here really took me by surprise and got me starting to enjoy the dish a bit more.
I couldn't help but notice that guy behind me, we named him the Brian McFadden look-alike, kept smiling at our camera whenever Mr. Choo snapped a photo of me T_T
Pulpo con Chorizo (Grilled Octopus, Chorizo, Fresh Lime, Parsley and Tomato). The saltiness of Chorizo, the sweetness of grilled octopus as well as the sourness of cherry tomato and lime juice, simply electrifying!
Martini for Mr. Choo. I'm sure he can handle more than just a glass.
Aceitunas Fritas (Deep Fried Crumbed Olives Stuffed with Cheese), lovingly suggested by the lady who took our order. I love olives, from pickled to dried, and I really felt for the succulent combination of olives and melting cheese.
Here comes the $19 dish with four proportionately large prawns.
Gambas al Ajillo (Prawns Grilled with Garlic, Chilli and Lime). Prawns were fresh and grilled to perfection, however, the portion was less generous for a ración.