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- n. A Cuban croquette, usually made of ham, beef, chicken, or fish, and generally based on flour rather than potatoes.
The one spot where the fireworks of the band matched the explosion on the plate was the chicken chorizo croquetas ($10) On the surface, with a croqueta being a deep fried savory doughnut, you think, what's not to love?
Based on this croqueta alone, the live music = bad restaurant rule of eating out has currently been tabled for reconsideration.
There are a variety of ceviches to start with, plus "Latin tapas" such as a lamb taco, a beef pupusa, a pumpkin-goat cheese croqueta, the last a "must-try," according to one Rater.
I ordered a croqueta de papa (whatever that meant).
One item on the menu that doesn't/didn't sell: Roasted rabbit loin with a terrine of smoked rabbit belly and a croqueta of braised rabbit with pumpkin, pumpkin seeds and dried chili/fruit sauce.
All I know is when that happens I can’t understand him at all, except for a few words like amigo, cerveza, and croqueta.
I’d never been to the gorgeous city and had fantasies of sitting at a wine bar, glass of Malbec in one hand and a croqueta de pollo in the other.
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