Friday, August 30, 2002

La Fonda Latina

That's where we had dinner yesterday. There are a few branches over town and we chose the most obscure -- on Peachtree St (aren't they all called Peachtree?) right next to Fellini's (which also has other branches in the city). Blink and you'll miss it. The other branch I've been to is in Little Five Points. That time I had the paella, the national dish of Spain, which is a good thing to start off with, because they do a good job with it. This time I settled for a Reuben Cubano sandwich, which was also a filling delight. Service was a bit slow, but all in all, it still merits a visit or two. A little more about paella. The essential ingredients are rice, tomatoes and saffron. Other ingredients include one or more of chicken, chorizo, mussels, squid, peppers, beans, shrimp, lobster and duck.

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