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(Closed) Spanish Doughnuts

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Come and enjoy the true taste of Spain today as Spanish Doughnuts is here to serve you their best Churros that are lighter and fluffer than normal doughnuts. It serves fresh with a variety of rich chocolate sauces and melt-in-the-mouth fillings.

Daily: 11:00 - 22:00

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• 11 Nov 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Just overrated!

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Went there on a Friday night & there was a queue, however service was quite fast. 

Got the Choco Churritos which comes with three chocolate sause (Dark, milk & white) 

- The churros was too oily and reeks of a 'dirty oil' smell
- The chocolate sauce harderned after awhile

For pictures and a more detailed review, visit my blog! http://mydellylife.blogspot.com/2014/10/spanish-doughnuts-original-churros.html
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• 11 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Choco churritos

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We had the choco churritos, which was a sampler of 3 types of chocolate- milk, dark &white.

Our thoughts:
-churros was way too oily. Tasteless eating on its own.
- chocolate was too watery, would have preferred a thicker consistency
-portion of the churros was ok ( we didn't finish ours because the 3 of us agreed it wasn't good)

- the wait for the food was pretty long.
-didn't had seats probably because it was a Saturday.

In short, if you're going to check them out, try something else:)
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