La Mamas Review

Since being able to eat again, you may have noticed I am taking advantage of it all. Well, in my last review I mentioned I want to try new places to eat. So my friend who is also a foodie introduced me to a restaurant called La Mamas.

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We booked a table and even though it is a small place- it gets busy on a Saturday evening. We were given our menus and as I am usually used to the same places, I struggled with the menu. Yes I can read, it’s just there was so much on there I asked my friend for recommendations. Three dishes are ideal each, they only cost between £3-£4 each, so I would describe them as combined starters.

Drinks

The menu is divided between hot, cold and salads, we ordered the following:

  •  Empanadas de Queso £5.25
    A Chilean cheese pastry parcel lightly fried
  • Patatas al Ali-Oli £3.20
    New potatoes mixed in freshly made salsa Ali-Oli
  • Patatas Bravas £3.20
    Fried potatoes served in a traditional spicy
    tomato sauce.
  •  Tortilla Española £3.25
    Everyone’s favourite! A Spanish potato and onion
    omelette.
  • Sopaipillas al Pebre £3.25
    A delightful Chilean tradition – lightly fried
    pumpkin bread served with salsa pebre

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My favourite was the Chilean rice and the Paras Bravas, the omelette was not for me.

To top of the night, we had chocolate chilli cake with ice-cream. I have to say I really enjoyed it. It’s not always on the menu, we had to ask for it a few days before  (she knows people like that).

 

La Mamas FBI would highly recommend this place!

 

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