This is a lovely find in Ferrol that is embarrasingly inexpensive given the caliber of the chef's skill. We arrived late into Ferrol and stayed at the Parador but wanted to explore the local cuisine. We are American expats who live in Madrid and travel extensively.
Frank is a welcome choice -- an intriguing take on fried shrimp cooked to perfection and served with a tangy mayo-based sauce. Shrimp can be challenging -- cooked too long and they shrink and become tough. Frank's were pulled perfectly - still tender and sweet and the light coating of shredded phyllo was inventive. We were disappointed that the prior table ordered the last pulpo, but we were quickly satisfied by the gabones (shrimp) enchilados. Imagine crawfish etouffee with a Spanish twist. What do you get -- a roux using olive oil and pimenton served on bomba rice. Great. The selection of wines was good -- we enjoyed a dry white Albariño, Tricó. Nicely executed. Highly recommended.
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