The last time we went there, the restaurant was still called Boqueria Restaurante Chocolateria. Now, it’s called Alqueria Restaurante y Chocolateria, a business decision according to their waitstaff. With the change in name comes the addition of new dishes to their menu, too.
We’re supposed to have churros for desserts, but our son simply couldn’t wait, so we had Classic Churros with dark chocolate dip first. The churros were fresh, hot and crunchy, and the dark chocolate dip was perfect; it was rich, luscious and not too sweet.
This Pollo Iberico is chicken that has been slow-baked for 3.5 hours with olive oil, garlic, herbs and spices. Is it tender? Yes, super tender! It’s also mildly flavored and slightly spicy.
Caldereta de Cabrito is like Beef Caldereta, except that it used goat meat. Hubby and I actually liked this better than the Pollo Iberico because it’s more flavorful. It’s also a bit spicy.
We’re definitely coming back to Alqueria to try their Chocolate Churros, Paella and Cochinillo.
Alqueria Restaurante y Chocolateria
3rd Level, Mega Fashion Hall