Spanish cuisine is what they serve. Ironically, we dined there BEFORE my trip to Madrid. Like some prelude to what I'd feast on once in Hola Country.
Sangria while waiting for our order. The paella is the Filipino version: not as moist as those served in España. Frankly, I have acquired the taste for the moist paella complemented by a liberal dose of salsa aoili. But Corazon's version should meet the taste of most Pinoys.
The more popular Spanish dishes aside from paella are the chipirones en su tinta and callos. They're not your everyday dishes; more like what would be served on special occasions like birthday parties, fiestas, and other celebrations.
I love callos. Con arroz or pan. With rice or bread. For breakfast, lunch or dinner. Any which way is good with me. The thicker the tomato sauce base, the better. I'd even mash those chickpeas to render the sauce thicker ;-) Yum!
We also ordered a platter of jamon y quezo but never got the chance to snap a photo. It happens...... much too often, in fact. Well, I'm sure you have an "idea" of the aperitivo we enjoyed. Buen Provecho!
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