A Rather Unusual Chinaman
Wednesday, July 13, 2011 - The rolling repertoire of mini meals started with the Spanish Cold Meat Platter and olives. Salty, fatty and pink with shining rounds of oily fat, the translucent slices disappeared pretty quickly - not sure which was the Chorizo and which was the Lomo but it was good all the same. Pan con tomate was an oversalted hunk of a doorstop loaf that was swiftly replaced with the chorizo & alioli tortilla. Crispy, gooey, salty and rich...Fino, perhaps you peaked too soon, but even so, worth the visit for the wine and puddings, but savouries, I've had better.