Sunday, October 14, 2012

Hola, Bomba!

Say hola to Bomba, the new hot Spaniard in town. Taking over Graze at Martin No. 38 is a new Paella Bar. Si, tapas bar is so passe. I checked out Bomba yesterday, which happened to be its second day of operation. Here's a look at why the new kid is fast becoming a force to be reckoned with.

The menu at a glance

The cool graffiti on the wall reminds me of Penelope Cruz

There's no service charge at this establishment. Please tip if you like the service.

A semi-open kitchen concept. Love the red plastic crates with light bulbs. Raw creativity at its best.

Start the meal with a red and a white sangria

Courgette flower stuffed with mackerel and shrimps

Iberico ham croquettas, Iberico jamon bellota reserve, Piquuillo peppers stuffed with salt cod branade.

Grilled razor clams

Mussels, xeres vinegar, deep fried parsley

Classic tortilla with romesco sauce

Langoustine squid and prawns paella

Pineapple gazpacho, basil and black peppers granite

Bitter chocolate ice cream, sour dough bread and salted olive oil

Bomba is a great place to eat, drink and be merry. Never underestimate the power of great company and awesome food, for it helped me to cope with my migraine for the night.

For more information, please visit Bomba's Facebook page:

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