El Burladero: New Spanish Place in Town
Once we were at a table, we were offered the same great selection of bread they have at Sottovoce and Fervor, and they have an appetizer list filled with tapas and seafood.
Each main course dish is large enough to share, though we decided to go against the waiter’s suggestion and order three dishes for our group of 4 people. As a result, we had enough food for 8 people, and the waiter gave us an “I told you so” look that was virtually caught on film. This was him dishing out our paella, the smaller portion which was more than sufficient for 4 people. There are a few different types of paella to choose from, we chose the seafood option, though there are at least 3 other varieties.
Many of the dishes can be ordered a la carte, you can choose the protein (fish, chicken, beef, seafood…) the side and the way you want it to be prepared. We chose the fish of the day, served with grilled vegetables “Spanish style”and a chicken dish served with rice and a saffron sauce.
All of the entrees were tasty, fresh and quite different from anywhere else we’ve eaten in the city. The chicken dish was a little low on meat, but considering the amount of extra food we had, I’m not complaining. This is a great addition to our eating out repertoire, we are happy campers!