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  1. we had dinner at spanish diner at little mercado tonight. as you may know, it’s one of josé andrés’ projects in nyc. 2019 interactive article by pete wells 2019 blurb at eater june 2019 review at grubstreet the menu reads well and everything sounds enticing. unfortunately, i am here to tell you that for some dishes, we have had better at certain places in sf like esperpento and bellota. of course, there’s no accounting for taste, so just take the below with a grain of salt. i leave it to you to judge. kalimotxo cocktail - a classic spanish cocktail consisting of red wine mixed with coca-cola, this was slightly sweet and tart with neither element being overwhelming. i can see myself drinking this all night. patatas bravas - awesome fried potatoes with a spicy tomato sauce and aioli. there was a “bite” that sneaked up on you, sharpened by the garlicky aioli. gazpacho andaluz - smooth, vegetal, unctuous, slightly peppery. summer in a glass. pan con tomate - a celebration of tomatoes, this is practically a must order. jamón serrano - it’s great stuff. ‘nuff said. unfortunately, that’s where the good times end. albóndigas con sepia y patatas fritas - these were bland and needed something of interest. calamares en su tinta - on the other hand, someone was too liberal with the salt. pollo guisado con arroz - $23 for two chicken drumsticks stewed with onions and sherry, served over rice. something is wrong with that picture. goat cheese cake - this was light and fluffy, with a deep, creamy tang and i do not even like cheesecake. i could not stop inhaling this. churros y chocolate olive oil ice cream with tomato jam - reminiscent of the olive oil gelato at otto. the jam seemed like an afterthought.
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