Dulcinea Dinner

It’s been what, more than a decade since I last stepped inside Dulcinea. Rediscovering what this restaurant has to offer was a good choice for dinner. Needless to say, I went home with a full stomach.

Dulcinea dinner Spanish paella valenciana

The star of the show: paella valenciana

Am not fond of this dish, but Dulcinea’s version might change my mind. It’s creamy and fluffy and best of all, loaded with mushrooms. I love mushrooms!

Dulcinea dinner Spanish pollo ala king

Pollo ala King. Creamy and filling

It occurred to me in this meal that I actually like a handful of Spanish dishes. One of my favorites is callos. Chorizo isn’t my thing, though.

Dulcinea dinner Spanish callos a la madrilena

The chunky Callos a la Madrilena

Now this gambas dish packs the right amount of spice in every piece of shrimp. The heat goes really well with the strong flavor of the roasted garlic bits. I wonder if the oil itself is spicy which lends to the building heat once inside the mouth.

Dulcinea dinner Spanish salpicao con gambas

My personal favorite: salpicao con gambas

To cleanse the palate is a delightful mix of tropical fruits. I know this shake has watermelon and even pineapple, two fruits I don’t eat by the way, but I absolutely love it. In fact, it’s the only thing I remember from my first Dulcinea meal. Haha!

Dulcinea dinner Spanish tropical fruit shake

The refreshing Tropical Fruit Shake

I am looking forward to our next visit so that I can sample the lengua (another favorite).



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