Serving Spanish cuisine ranging from tapas to paellas, My Little Spanish Place also accepts booking requests for corporate events, private functions and wine tasting sessions.
Tue - Fri: 18:30 - 23:00
Sat - Sun: 11:00 - 15:00
Sat - Sun: 18:30 - 23:00
(Last order: 22:30 pm)
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This place is pure charm and reminds me of being in Barcelona. Its brick walls with Spanish prints and soft lighting give it a romantic ambience. Aged hams on steel racks sit on the counter for carving and fine Spanish cheeses are displayed in a refrigerated case. We didn't have reservations but were seated immediately. We each ordered a glass of red wine. The wines ranged from $14-16 per glass and were an average pour.
We split the tortilla (potato omelet) and clams and I ordered the mussels for an entree. My husband ordered the squid. The tortilla was delicious--light with a creamy, rich flavor and somewhat soufflé-like. The clams with chorizo were served in a delicious broth with 3 pieces of toasted bread. Though I could stuff myself with bread the 3 pieces were adequate. The mussels were superior--good size entree also with a delicious broth perfectly seasoned. The squid was perfectly cooked and tender but could have been seasoned a bit more. And then the churros ... I dream about these. They are served with an incredibly delicious scoop of ice cream that is rich and custardy. Normally ice cream doesn't thrill me but this was something special. The chocolate dipping sauced served with the churros was a rich ganache of excellent quality, chocolaty without being too sweet. The churros were authentic, hot, crispy and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar. The service was good through the appetizers and then dropped off, which could have been because we didn’t have a reservation. I will definitely return.