Sala – 08.30.2006

Sala – 08.30.2006

Thursday, September 7, 2006 by Wendy Lam

344 Bowery
New York, NY 10012

The Scene
Go after work and you’ll wonder if it’s open, but go after dark and you’ll wonder if it ever closes. Sala (Spanish for “living room”) is designed to look like an Old-World alleyway, with iron lanterns, a rustic brick archway and an open kitchen with tiled roof. Pretty patrons complete the alfresco fantasy, exotic and alluring enough to make it feel more like a movie set than a tapas bar. – Citysearch

Went here for my good friend’s bday dinner (Helen). She chose this place, the food was decent but its not somewhere like I’ll crave for. It was way too dark, I’m not a romantic person I guess. I kinda like to see what I eat, plus I get really sleepy in really dark places especially after I eat haha. Peep the meal after the jump…

bread & olive oil

Plato Fiambre Espanol serrano ham, chorizo. salchichon sobresada, cabreles and manchego cheese

Mejillones Al Vapor mussles steamed with shallots white winw and saffron

Cambas Al Ajillo shrimp sauteed in garlic and olive oil

Paella De Marisco minimum of 2, seafood paella

Chuleta De Cerdo En Adobo grilled 12 oz pork chop in adobo with crispy potatoes and sauteed pears

Creme Brulée


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