Embrujo Flamenco

My first authentic Spanish tapas experience was great!  I am not familiar to Spanish restaurants in Toronto, so from researching in different blogs, urbanspoon and reviews, we decided to give Embrujo Flamenco a try.  Mr. Yu, his parents and I made a reservation at Embrujo Flamenco on a Saturday night at 6:30pm.  When we arrived, the restaurant was half fulled and started to filled up later in the night.  The atmosphere was romantic and elegant.  We were seated right beside the small stage where there was a 10 minutes dance show in the middle of the evening.

We ordered six tapas to share among the four of us.  There were hits and misses in them but nothing too disappointing afterall.  I will not describe each one of them but one of the highlight for myself was the sausages.

Our main purpose of the night was to try their Paella, which is a Valencian rice dish. We ordered the Arroz Negro served with rice and prawns, squid and fish cooked in squid ink.  It is quite a cool dish since it is just black in colour.  It was very tasty since it was very buttery.  

 There were three dessert options available and we opted for two out of three to share.  However, nothing was special about them at all so I would recommend getting another tapas or getting dessert somewhere else.

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