Pekines Dumpling. Pig confit ear and strawberry hoisin. Ali-oli. (€10.50).
Pork Belly with pickled mussels saam. Shitakes, siracha sauce and XO tartare sauce (€14).
Flamboyant super cool head chef Jhonny, (pictured below) also sent us out a free dish as he knew we are food bloggers. Almost a Calamari Roll. (€14).
Chilli Crab "Pimenton de la Vera", chipotles and steamed chinese bun (€12).
Usually with these things, one or two dishes stand out, but we loved absolutely all of this food. If you twist my arm though, I'd choose the Pekines Dumpling. Pig confit ear.
We enjoyed it so much that we returned the next day at the same time and got exactly the same seats. As last time, I washed it all down with some Alhambra beer, one of the best of the Spanish lagers I think. Apparently all the local foodies turn up on Sunday and Monday as on these days chef David Muñoz often puts a shift in at the kitchen (as he did on this occasion).
Baked in coals Mackerel - yuzu - miso. Smoked bonito and pickled onion rings. Trout roe. (€12).
David Muñoz' isn't too bothered I don't think with authenticity, it's all about those big bold flavours, and he just knocks it out of the park every single time. The great news for those living in the UK is that Street-Xo is coming to London this summer.
I tweeted that if it's anything like this one, it will be massive.
David Muñoz replied; "ehhh! Will be much better!" We plan to go to London especially for it, so we may see you there.