|Cheers to being under 21|
Being all of our first time at a real spanish style restaurant, we had about 100 questions for our waiter. He gave some great recommendations. Either we could order 2-3 tapas per person, or each order a single tapa and share a Paella Dish. We decided to eacher order 1 tapa (sharing some in between) and go with the Paella of the Day to split between the table. I was extremely happy with his suggestions because most of the time you order either WAY too much food, or not enough.
|Piquillo Peppers Stuffed with Herbed Goat’s Milk Cheese|
Lits and Kelly split the selection of spanish cheeses. I was lucky enough to get to try all of them! Interesting…Cheese is one of those things that has such variety. Along with their cheese, they got a big pile of nuts glazed in sugar.
|Selection of Spanish Cheese with preserves|
|Chorizo and Hot Green Peppers with Sidra|
Kelly ordered Shrimp “a la Plancha” and it smelled amazing. Laura got some sort of mushroom dish and Taylor ordered a grilled eggplant plate which also looked delicious!
|Shrimp “a la Plancha”|
|Paella of the Day
I was more than satisfied with this dish! It was the perfect portion to feed 5 or 6 of us and the flavor, QUE DELICIOSO! I could taste the saffron in the rice and even liked the mushrooms (usually not the biggest shroom fan). Our waiter served us each a small portion of the Paella onto a small plate. *The picture below looks a bit deceiving with the portion size.
|Serving of Paella|
I was pretty stuffed but we decided to order dessert anyways. The dessert menu was nothing like I’d ever seen before: Cous Cous Cake and Olive Oil Ice Cream! We ended up staying safe and going with the classic churros. I had a few bites.