Emilio’s

Food — By Crust on March 22, 2014

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We loved Emilio’s it was good. We had angulas which are tiny baby eels, the ones Anthony Bourdain eats in the Spanish no reservations when he is at Extabari. We also ate at Extabari. At Emilio’s for the angulas they gave us special wooden forks used just for the eels and they were really delicious they were lightly fried in garlic, olive oil and chillies. We didn’t realize that they are very expensive we all shared a small portion but they are $1000.00 per kilo in Spain.

The food and service was amazing. Great cheap bubbles and wine.

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