Pata Negra House Become A Sausage Specialist

[07/10/10] 

It's pretty bloody hard not to love the Spanish. Their weather is stunning, their women exotic and passionate, their football players dynamic if not a little overly dramatic. The Spanish are the kind of people you like to have during a boozy dinner or a long night out, a day at the beach or an impromptu pillow fight (back to those saucy senoritas), and how could you not love an entire nation that settles down for a cap nap every afternoon? But what we love most about the Spanish is their cuisine.

Next time you need an Iberian fix head to Pata Negra House, home to the city's best range of authentic Spanish delicacies.

Specialising in Iberico Hams from the Valle de los Pedroches, famed for the quality of its acorns and subsequently its hams, which are then hand picked by Pata's team, this self confessed gourmet bar and grocery counter also do a great line in spicy chorizo, traditional Manchego cheeses, and even sardines from the Galician Coast.

If you can't make it to Sai Ying Pun they also sell it all at City Super and Vole in Wan Chai.

Ole!

Pata Negra House

Shop E, G/F, 1 Second Street, Sai Ying Pun, Tel: 2527 5181, www.patanegrahouse.com

Nuts & Bolts

Hong Kong's Spanish cuisine specialists

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