No visit to downtown Seattle is complete without visiting Andaluca for tapas or dinner. The last time I had indulged in Andaluca was 2 years ago. I was really looking forward to their trio of gazpacho and other Spanish-inspired tapas, but their menu had dramatically changed! So, we started out with a couple of tapas.
Salumi plate-An assortment of sausage, bread, and olives is always a nice way to start. It was missing some cheese. A few slices of Iberico ham would’ve been a nice addition as well.
Papas frites-This dish had a nice kick to it with potatoes, egg, and mushrooms.
I forgot to take a photo of our Paella, but I was pleasantly surprised that it was a much smaller portion for 2 people to split than typically occurs with Paella. The hazelnut gelato was a perfect dessert.