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There's no shortage of tapas joints littered across the Miami landscape. But good, authentic Spanish light bites aren't as easy to find. Enter El Rincon Asturiano, a popular Spanish eatery in Little Havana that earns rave reviews from the likes of picky diners. Their tapas selection is extensive in its inclusion of both cold and hot options, including seleccion de pepe (serrano ham, pork loin and cheese), tabla de quesos (Spanish cheeses Cabrales, Manchego, Tetilla and Mahon) and gambas al ajillo (shrimp sautéed in olive oil, fresh garlic and hot Spanish "guindilla"). But it's their sizzling chorizos a la sidra, spice-cured pork sausage cooked with Spanish cider and sopped up with bread that really leaves tongues wagging all over town. They also have paellas, pork loins, crusty Spanish sandwiches and plenty of other authentic eats. Wash down your ham and cheese with a glass of sangria or Spanish vino. Reservations are recommended, as you're bound to find the spot abuzz with Barcelona transplants, homesick for a little arroz negro.
In every Spanish restaurant, there's one sound that triggers Pavlovian slobbering. It begins faintly, like the flutter of several Spanish fans. Then it ramps up, like castanets. It's a rapid-fire sizzling: the sound of a hot chorizo. At El Rincón Asturiano, 12 meaty chunks ($6) come in an oil bath that's still bubbling when served. Some people say chorizo is unhealthy, greasy, artery-clogging. Those people are fools. That small clay bowl is an invitation to pig out. So is the $10... More »
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