Before I give you more details about the delicious dinner I had, let me give you some information about the place so you can experience it yourself if you get the chance. Here's the official website where you can find information about this restaurant (and its other location), menus and prices: link.
Google Maps Link
(212) 343 4255
Thu-Sat: 12pm-12am and Sun-Wed: 12pm-11pm
A or E to Spring St, east on Spring St
N or R to Prince, south on Broadway, right on Spring
This is a tapas bar rather than a restaurant like you might imagine. Tapas is not a concrete dish. The Spanish concept of tapas simply means having food in small plates shared by everyone in the table. Traditionally, they are served along with drinks, but it has become a meal itself.
I definitely recommend everything my friends and I ordered. We just ordered the tapas we liked and they come in plates to put in the middle of the table so you and your mates can share. My favorite food here were the croquetas (croquettes) of Jamón and Setas (prosciutto and mushrooms.) I didn't have time to take a picture before they flew away from the table, but that explains how good they are!
I recommend ordering "pan con tomate" (bread with tomato) with anything you get. It's the way we eat bread in Catalonia: with tomato spread on each slice, olive oil and garlic. I can't define with words how good it tastes!
After the delicious main courses, we could not leave the place without a proper dessert. We had "torrijas" with ice cream (which is basically bread soaked in milk and then fried) and "crema catalana" or creme brule, as known in America.
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