Chico Chica imppressed me a lot in my last time visit. After two years, I visited it again, but this time I came here during brunch rather than happy hour.
Its Brunch Set is quite reasonable. It cost $158/person (2 persons up) only, including appetizer, tapas, seafood paella and drinks.
Bread Tomato+Serrano Ham - There was fresh tomato sauce on top of the bread. Bread was crispy and the ham was soft and tender.
Truffle Jamon Bikini - It was sandwiches with ham, cheese and truffle. The bread was toasted till crispy and with strong truffle taste.
Tortilla - It was a Spanish omelette. The waiter told us that the the sauce in 'O' shaped stands for Chico and 'A' shaped stands for Chica. The omelette was soft and smooth.
Seafood Paella for two - There were many ingredients on top of the rice, including mussels, clams, shrimps and squid. The rice was tasty and chewy, not overly soft.
Latte - It balanced well with the mike and coffee, but it was a little bit sweet for my liking.
Cappuccino - The coffee taste was stronger than the latte, which I prefer it more.
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