Cuisine: Bakery , Spanish , Basque
Menu: View the Menu
Review By: Thomas Rafael
Who doesn't like churros. This fried Spanish treat is dusted with cinnamon sugar or dipped in melted chocolate. At La Churreria, run by the same folks who operate Socarrat Paella Bar, these treats are exceptionally good, slightly thinner than what you might expect as they arrive straight from the fryer with a delicious crunch, which makes eating just one a very difficult task. I was hoping to get my waxpaper pouch filled with six of them home to share, but wound up devouring them in a matter of minutes. They are truly addictive.
Churros are Spain's answer to the doughnut; long deep-fried pastries dusted with cinnamon sugar. La Churreria claims to be New York's first authentic churro centric bakery. It's also serving Spanish snacks and sandwiches.
Hours: Sun-Thu: 8am-11pm
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