Monday, December 7, 2009

Pinchos @ Changkat Bukit Bintang


Click here for previous entry on Pinchos (February 10).
When Pinchos first opened early this year, we wondered whether it would hit big or fold up within 12 months. The outcome is clear now: it's a palpable hit!


Jamon Iberico De Bellota. The highest grade of Iberico ham, produced from acorn-eating free-range pigs that roam Spain's oak forests. Rich-tasting, smooth and fatty.


Pinchos de Queso Fundido (gratinated Spanish cheese with piquillo peppers and anchovies). A melt-in-the-mouth, savoury pleasure.


Grilled prawns wrapped with Serrano ham. Land and sea come together in perfect harmony.


Dates and almonds wrapped with pan-fried bacon. A three-layered treat that provides a terrific mix of tastes and textures; the first sensation is that of the succulent, salty bacon, followed by the soft, sweet date, and finally, the nutty, crunchy almond.


Rabbit & seafood paella. A hearty portion that's meant for two but could easily feed four. Bursting with prawns, mussels, squid and rabbit meat.


Valencia Smile (cava, peach brandy, orange) & Pinchos Cava (cava, poncho caballero).


Pinchos,
Changkat Bukit Bintang.
Tel: 2145-8482

7 comments:

  1. Dates and almonds wrapped with pan-fried bacon sounds decadent!

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  2. qwazymonkey: yep, and decadent = delicious! =)

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  3. More iberico!
    Did the paella meet the mark? burnt bottom and all?

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  4. the devils on horseback any good? :P

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  5. tng: nope, no crust! the search for that must continue...
    ciki: devilishly so :D

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  6. and for the 2nd time you beat me to it again! I've got the photos and yet no time to post it. Damn! but i have to agree that the Jamon Iberico de bellota is awesome! I had that everytime I'm there. It's my fav tapas place!

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  7. eiling: haha, i guess maybe i have too much time. yeah, this place is actually better than el cerdito, if i have to choose between those two :D

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