Ram­bla

Philippine Tatler Best Restaurants - - SPANISH -

WHY GO

Ram­bla is a young, hip des­ti­na­tion which serves fa­mil­iar Span­ish dishes with a mod­ern twist. The am­bi­ence is re­laxed, the mu­sic is cur­rent, the cock­tails are ex­cel­lent, and the food is de­li­cious.

TATLER TIPS

The tapas se­lec­tion is quite im­pres­sive, rang­ing from dif­fer­ent cheeses and ja­mons; to warm se­lec­tions such as chorizo cooked in white wine or gam­bas al ajillo and shi­itake mush­rooms; to fried op­tions such as the cala­mares à la An­daluza con ali­oli (deep fried breaded squid with a gar­lic may­on­naise) or the ba­calao frit­ters. Be sure to en­joy the tapas with their de­li­cious pan con to­mate (thin bread with fresh tomato and ex­tra vir­gin olive oil). Highly rec­om­mended is the paella de co­chinillo (crispy pork on top of the paella rice). Leave room for dessert—the chur­ros with warm cho­co­late and vanilla ice cream is the pop­u­lar choice.

Salmon, brie, and truffle oil air baguettes PHP 1,500-1,999 PER PER­SON PRICE UPON RE­QUEST

Paella de co­chinillo

Spher­i­cal olives

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