Thursday, July 02, 2009

Don Quijote @ Lorong Kilat (Part II)

Welcome to Part II of our adventure to a Spanish restaurant.

These tapas served in this small brown platters reminds me of Spain. My parents and I went to the Andalucia region in Spain last year, and these food we ate reminded me of the trip. We sure enjoyed the tapas there. Tapas reminded us of the Dim Sum we had back home.

You know how come Dim Sum places have 'carts' that move around to serve you Dim Sums? When we were in Spain, they had people walking around with all these little brown plates on a huge serving platter. They stop by the tables and you can pick what you want. (Just like dim sum carts right?)

Back to what we ate at Don Quijote. This is some salad. Forgot the name of it. Just call it by the generic name: Ensalada.


Revuelto de Espárragos y Gambas (Scrambled Eggs with Asparagus and Shrimp)
This was not bad, I wonder why we did not order more of this? Maybe we preferred the shrimp and mushrooms?

Revuelto de Espárragos y Gambas

Patatas Bravas (Potatoes fried in a spicy Tomato-Chilli Sauce)
Some carbo to go. We also had another carbo dish, pasta with beef, but the photos came out bad, so it's not here.

Patatas Bravas

Manitas de Cerdo con Garbanzos (Stewed Pigs Feet with White Beans)
The ladies were not interested in this, but I secretly ordered it. LOL. It turned out quite nice. Momo also find it nice. The trotters have already been stewed till they are really really soft. The broth is nice too!

Manitas de Cerdo con Garbanzos

Chorizo Asado (Barbequed Spanish Chorizo Sausage)
Some spanish sausages that reminded us of 'lap cheong'. ;-)

Chorizo Asado

Calamares Fritos (Fried Battered Squid served with House Sauce)
Not too bad, one plate was nicely done, another was a bit tough. But generally quite ok.

Calamares Fritos

This is Pisto Castellano (Mixed Vegetable Stew).
This brinjal soup turns out quite nice.

Pisto Castellano

This is the last thing we ate: Pudín de Pan y de la Mantequilla (Bread and Butter Pudding).
Quite delicious and a good end to our buffet.

Pudin de Pan y de la Mantequilla

We love the colourful Spanish plates.

Pudin de Pan y de la Mantequilla

We had so much food. Never underestimate skinny girls. They can eat!
The buffet's on Sunday Afternoon from 11.30 am - 2.30 pm. We went there at 1 pm!

We paid $33 per person for the option with free flow of soft drinks. There's also a $48 version with free flow of Sangria and Wine and $62 with free flow of Sangria de Cava. We had this in June, so you can call them up if it's still on in July.

Don Quijote
17 Lorong Kilat
Singapore 598139

Tel: 6465 1811

Click here for Part I of this post.

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Anonymous said...

The Chorizo Asado certainly looks like tai wan xiang chang ;-)

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