With the backing of Spanish food icon Dulcinea behind it, Quixote serves up delicious Paellas and Churros that will make your mouth water.
We tried the Mixed Seafood Paella, and I've got to say, it passed my relatively high standards. It had the right texture that I look for in my Paella, a generous amount of seafood, and they were nice enough to add a bit of the crunchy soccarat.
Given its pedigree, it was virtually impossible not to try Quixote's Churros, and I was not disappointed. It was delightfully crisp and was deliciously comforting with the hot chocolate dip.